Event 22 Mar. 2024

Curtis Ranked for 12th year in Global Arbitration Review’s Top 20 firms in 2024

The international arbitration practice of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP has been heralded as a “champion for governments facing serious claims under investment treaties” in Global Arbitration Review’s latest GAR 30 list, which features the world’s elite international arbitration practices of 2024.

This is the 12th consecutive year that Curtis has been featured in the GAR 30.

In its editorial, GAR highlights Curtis’ pending counsel work, valued at over US$101 billion, and points to the group’s successes in a number of recent landmark cases. GAR also notes that “Although strongly identified with BIT work, the firm takes its commercial arbitration offering equally seriously.”

Clients interviewed by GAR commented “Curtis was able to offer us the highest possible level of expertise and performance”.

Paris partners Geoffroy Lyonnet, Marie-Claire Argac, Geneva based partners Anna Kozmenko and Sebastiano Nessi and Paris counsel Loujaine Kahaleh and Lisa Arpin-Pont picked up the award on behalf of the firm at the Global Arbitration Awards dinner in Paris yesterday evening.

GAR Awards 2024

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