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15 May 2020 / news

Loyens & Loeff’s International Arbitration team affirms its position with the GAR100 rankings for 2020

The Global Arbitration Review (GAR) has released its 2020 GAR100 rankings presenting the top 100 of global leaders in the field of International arbitration among which our International Arbitration Team is honoured to be ranked.

We are extremely proud of this great achievement and the strong position our international arbitration practice has established throughout the years in our four home markets. To be ranked among the global leaders in the field of international arbitration by the Global Arbitration Review - the leading resource on international arbitration news and community intelligence - is a fantastic result.

The international arbitration practice is a multidisciplinary team offering tailor-made advice and guidance through the entire international arbitration process. Our experts act in (commercial or investment-treaty) international arbitration proceedings, either ad hoc or under the auspices of all major arbitral institutions (ICC, ICSID, LCIA, SIAC, NAI, Swiss Chambers, Cepani, etc.).

Throughout our four home markets the international arbitration team is led by partners Hakim Boularbah, Peter Callens, Véronique Hoffeld, Tom Claassens, Robin Moser and Olivier van der Haegen.

Together with all the experts of the international arbitration team, they will pursue their efforts and continue offering high quality services to their clients.  

Thank you very much again to all our clients and peers for their continuous appreciation and to the boundless dedication of all the members of our international arbitration team.



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