Pravati Capital International Arbitration Finance
The Role of International Arbitration Finance Arbitration is quickly becoming the preferred method of handling domestic business disputes in countries across the globe. When it comes to business conducted on a transnational level, international arbitration is often the go-to method for dispute resolution. As a lawyer, choosing to specialize in international arbitration is a sensible move in today’s increasingly global business world.
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Why Businesses Prefer Arbitration Let’s take a look at just a few of the reasons so many businesses choose international arbitration to solve transnational disputes. Creativity Courts and court rulings are governed by jurisdictional boundaries that are relatively straightforward. When you’re dealing with creative business agreements straddling multiple cultures, the stagnant solutions offered by one country’s court of law just won’t cut it. Arbitration gives businesses the opportunity to form tribunals that can develop creative solutions when ruling in favor of the winning party. In this way, the needs of every individual client are considered and adequately represented. Flexibility Courts have a particular way of operating and hours of operation that aren’t suitable or convenient for all international cases or participants. Arbitration allows for looser constructs so that timelines, hours of operation, and communication methods are more flexible, thus better suited to the parties involved. Ease Arbitration can bring simplicity to complex cases, making it very appealing for companies that don’t want to be tied up in trials for a long time. Enforceable awards As with any courtroom award, the judgments and awards determined by the arbitration tribunal are binding and enforceable. Often, this means the judgment cannot be appealed unless gross misconduct is suspected. This assures companies that the matter is resolved once it’s been decided. Privacy Trials are public affairs, with courtrooms often open to the community. Many businesses want to avoid the public scrutiny that comes with a trial or courtroom battle, especially those who want to guard the nature of the complaints they are making or facing. Arbitration is a private action that doesn’t need to be made public and often has confidentiality agreements governing it.
Litigation Finance Litigation Finance Helps International Arbitration Lawyers Firms that practice international arbitration law often encounter significant expenses that can be financially burdensome. But they can alleviate money pressures with litigation financing. Litigation funding ensures firms can meet all of their general and case-specific expenses by leveraging the strength of cases in their portfolio. International arbitration lawyers often use litigation funding to remain competitive, giving them the time and resources to:
  • Research multinational case law and country-specific statutes.
  • Stay up-to-date on commercial arbitration.
  • Study the nuances of arbitration agreements.
  • Travel abroad during all seasons.
  • Maintain relationships with various translators, cultural guides, etc.
“Worldwide, 2,282 parties were involved in ICC Arbitration cases from 135 countries in 2018. Newly registered cases in 2018 represented an aggregate value of US$ 36 billion, with an average amount of US$ 45 million in dispute.”

International Chamber of Commerce, 2018

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HOW DOES
Litigation Finance Work?
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Apply for funding using one of your cases and its expected settlement.
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Give an underwriter the details of a case so they can determine the likelihood of winning.
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Receive payment after funding is approved.
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Pay back the funding and interest once the settlement is paid.