Aceris Law is pleased to have successfully resolved another ICC arbitration for a Middle Eastern claimant. The dispute involved construction works at a University in the Middle East.
The construction dispute was amicably resolved prior to a final award being rendered, with Aceris’ client obtaining the compensation it was seeking in full.
“Sometimes parties will not initiate international arbitration due to the costs that are involved, even when they have a clear entitlement to compensation,” noted William Kirtley, the principal of Aceris Law. “While this was not the largest dispute in which we are serving as counsel, it is always a pleasure to successfully resolve another international dispute for another client, in a highly cost-effective manner. We have spent a considerable amount of time working for clients in Dubai, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain over the past few years, and we look forward to continuing to assist clients in Gulf States with ICC, SIAC, LCIA and investment arbitrations.”