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Hogan Lovells Named Top Firm for International Arbitration by Global Arbitration Review

23 March 2011

NEW YORK, 23 March 2011 – Hogan Lovells ranked sixth among the world’s preeminent legal practices in the recently released Global Arbitration Review (GAR) annual ranking of the most active arbitration practices globally. Known as the GAR 30, this ranking is part of a wider survey of the world's leading arbitration practices - the GAR 100.

From construction matters and infrastructure development to energy and telecommunications, the international arbitration team taps into the dispute resolution strength of the Hogan Lovells network across multiple industries.

“Our worldwide excellence and commitment to our clients is reflected in the top rankings like the GAR 30,” said Daniel E. González, co-leader of Hogan Lovells’ International Arbitration practice. “We are seeing complex commercial disputes increasingly dealt with through arbitration, a trend we are uniquely qualified to handle, especially in places like Latin America where so many projects now turn to international arbitration for dispute resolution in Spanish, English, and Portuguese. We are primed to service clients in this part of the world with our multilingual team with years of experience in the Americas.”

 “With our network of world-class lawyers throughout our global practice, we are well positioned to handle the most sophisticated international arbitration matters anywhere in the world,” added Michael Davison, co-leader of Hogan Lovells’ International Arbitration practice. “From Dubai to Hong Kong, or Miami to Moscow, our clients rely on the strength and depth of our high-quality lawyers to handle their matters seamlessly.”

Hogan Lovells’ arbitration lawyers have in-depth knowledge of the distinct customs, rules, and procedures of tribunals such as the International Chamber of Commerce, the International Center for Dispute Resolution, the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, the United Nations Compensation Commission, and the World Trade Organization. 

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