A practical cross-border insight into international arbitration work.
Victoria Associates’ members Duarte Henriques, João Frazão and Teresa Roldão (trainee), in collaboration with International Comparative Legal Guides (iclg.com), have written the International Arbitration Portuguese Guide*.
This Guide provides an overview of the most important aspects of the Portuguese International Arbitration legal framework and practice related to arbitration.
The Guide provides answers to questions such as:
- What has been the approach of the national courts to the enforcement of arbitration agreements?
- Are there any subject matters that may not be referred to arbitration under the governing law of your jurisdiction? What is the general approach used in determining whether or not a dispute is “arbitrable”?
- Are there any limits to the parties’ autonomy to select arbitrators?
Read the full Guide HERE and contact us if you have any question (email@example.com)
About Victoria Associates
Victoria Associates is international and knows no borders.
We are qualified to practice in France, Arizona, California, D.C., Massachusetts, New York, England & Wales, Portugal, Spain, Greece, Frankfurt, Brazil and Venezuela.
We work in English, Greek, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese.
We advise and represent our clients in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and sports arbitration. Our team has vast experience in representing clients in arbitral proceedings under the rules of the main international arbitration institutions, including the Court of Arbitration for Sport – CAS, the International Chamber of Commerce – ICC, the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes – ICSID, the London Court of International Arbitration – LCIA, the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and its international arm (ICDR), as well as in “ad hoc” arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. While Victoria Associates covers disputes in a wide range of business and commercial areas, our team has strong expertise in disputes related to Banking & Finance Law, Oil & Gas, Insurance & Reinsurance, Shipping, Energy, Public International Law and Human Rights, Construction, Engineering & Real Estate, Distribution, Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property and Internet Gaming, Mergers & Acquisitions and International Frauds and tracing assets.
* First published in the ICLG – International Arbitration –