- Preparation of arbitration clauses for contracts, preparation of contractual documentation for other forms of alternative dispute resolution
- Representation and advice during negotiations with counter-parties as part of alternative dispute resolution
- Representation of clients in arbitration proceedings
Arbitration proceedings has its significant specifics, which must be reflected not only at the moment that the arbitration proceedings have been initiated or are to be initiated, but particularly when the contents of the arbitration clause is negotiated. Arbitration clauses often regulate a process that need not mean only arbitration proceedings, but also mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). It is essential to regulate the procedural rules in all arbitration proceedings. Procedural rules for the specific conducting of arbitration proceedings are based on the statutes of the arbitration court, or are regulated separately. In some cases, arbitrators may make decisions only according to the 'general principles of justice', which in situations where the arbitrators are not sufficiently impartial, are not free of bias, may have very serious consequences for the person involved in such arbitration.