Aceris Law is pleased to announce that it has successfully resolved another long-running international dispute, in the solar industry, between American and East Asian businesses. The dispute, which was subject to various laws of the United States, concerned a joint venture to produce solar panels and involved disputed exclusivity provisions, intellectual property disputes, disputed non-compete provisions and disputed manufacturing commitments. The primary dispute resolution provision called for mediation, followed by Dispute Board proceedings and arbitration in East Asia, whereas the other dispute resolution provisions required arbitration under different laws of American States.
“We are always glad when another dispute can be resolved for another client, in a highly professional yet cost-effective manner,” said William Kirtley of Aceris Law. “Anne-Sophie Partaix was the primary associate assisting with this matter, and we are always pleased when our clients are pleasantly surprised by the extremely high caliber of our work and our untiring efforts to secure a favorable outcome, in complex disputes spanning multiple jurisdictions. Our legal fees were very reasonable, as always, and the case itself was very interesting, which is always a plus for our team. We have won or settled all of the many disputes where our team has been involved over recent years, and it is always a pleasure to see another satisfied client, as we do always put our clients’ interests first, and not our own. Hopefully, through hard work, perseverance and intelligence, we will secure many similar outcomes for our clients in the future.”