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Arbitration Enforcement and Litigation

International Arbitration Attorney

Do you need legal assistance with the enforcement of an arbitration settlement or agreement? Perhaps you wish to pursue litigation as a final recourse to an arbitration matter that has not been handled to your satisfaction? Reeder & Simpson provides legal services to clients throughout Asia, the Pacific, Europe, and the United States in these matters. We are members of the Republic of Marshall Islands Bar and specialize in corporate law, ship finance, and maritime law for clients who have legal business entities in the Marshall Islands. If you need legal help enforcing an arbitration settlement or initiating legal action after an unsettled arbitration, please contact our offices by email or telephone at your earliest convenience. 

Achieving an arbitration agreement may not always result in a satisfactory conclusion for the parties involved. This may especially be true in the case of a monetary award. You may need legal assistance in enforcing the arbitration decision that was reached. This may include collecting monies owed you through the arbitration decision.

The Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards is considered to be the foundation for international arbitration. The courts of states that are contracted under this convention make agreements to arbitrate effective and enforce arbitration awards. This makes international arbitration a popular alternative dispute resolution method to deal with cross-border commercial disputes. The winning party, however, needs to collect the award through a court judgment in the area where the losing party resides or retains its assets. An arbitration attorney at our firm can provide assistance with this or with litigation following an arbitration decision.  

Contact us at our offices if you need legal assistance enforcing an arbitration decision or pursuing litigation in an arbitration matter today.

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