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Eversheds Sutherland International Arbitration Practice Ranked 14th in Global Arbitration Review’s Annual top 30 Power Index

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    Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce that the firm’s International Arbitration Practice Group has been ranked 14th in Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) annual ranking of the world’s top 30 leading international arbitration practices, a significant jump in ranking from the 27th rank last year. According to GAR, “Eversheds Sutherland is a firm whose figures show year-on-year improvement. This isn’t a case of ‘rising by not slipping back’. In 2020, it had three bet-the-company hearings, three large and 16 medium-sized; in 2021, it had five bet-the-company, three large and 25 medium-sized.”  

    About GAR
    Launched in 2006, GAR is the leading resource on international arbitration news and community intelligence. Each year GAR publishes a unique signature survey: the GAR 100, a guide to specialist arbitration firms worldwide. The survey points readers to dependable counsel, offering extensive qualitative analysis of arbitration practices around the world. Firms are stringently researched and assessed to ensure that only the elite are listed, with the GAR 30 ranking the very best.
    About Eversheds Sutherland’s International Arbitration Practice Group
    In today’s global economy, international arbitration is now the preferred dispute resolution mechanism for many international transactions, and clients expect their cross-border disputes to be handled efficiently and effectively. The firm’s global international arbitration practice has more than 80 lawyers around the world, and covers all the leading global arbitration hubs, including Dubai, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, the Middle East, New York, Paris, Singapore, Stockholm, Vienna and Zurich. Eversheds Sutherland’s lawyers are experienced in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and public international law, having served as arbitrators or advocates in proceedings involving the United States, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia and Europe. From major construction projects to insurance matters, and large acquisitions to contract disputes, the team works with Fortune 100, 500 and other global companies across a variety of industries to analyze the most efficient and attractive dispute resolution options from the beginning of a transaction, and to navigate cross-border arbitration and judicial assistance proceedings if disputes arise.

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