International Arbitration

Arbitration has emerged as an essential dispute resolution alternative in international trade. Many contracts require the parties to use arbitration instead of civil litigation to determine issues of performance, default or damages.

If your contract refers disputes to international arbitration, contact CreditorCollections, A Law Firm, in West Palm Beach, Florida, for help. Our managing partner and founding attorney, Joel Blumberg, has extensive experience with the arbitration of international trade and debt collection disputes and can assist you in achieving your objectives.

Using Arbitration To Enforce International Contract Claims

Your agreement may or may not designate the specific arbitral tribunal that will hear your claim or defense. If the arbitrator is not designated, we at CreditorCollections, A Law Firm, can move quickly to choose an institution and venue that will be convenient for you. Although each tribunal has its own rules and characteristics, many institutions have adopted the arbitration rules of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law.

Speed is one of the primary advantages of arbitration. Civil litigation can sometimes take years to resolve. With over 30 years of experience, our international arbitration lawyer has the knowledge and resources you need to navigate your international arbitration dispute swiftly and successfully.

Call 011-561-683-5900 For Advice About International Arbitration

South Florida lawyer Joel Blumberg can advise and represent your interests before the International Court of Arbitration, the American Arbitration Association, the London Court of International Arbitration, or other regional or national arbitral tribunals.

At CreditorCollections, A Law Firm, we also have experience in asset recovery following judgment and can help you enforce the terms of an arbitration result. Contact us online or call 888-899-7394 or 011-561-683-5900 today for your free consultation about an international arbitration matter. Creditors pay on contingency, so they risk nothing.