News 07 Jul. 2009

The American Lawyer Counts Curtis Among the Most Active Firms in International Arbitration

New York, July 7, 2009 — International law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP ranked as one of the leading law firms serving as arbitration counsel in The American Lawyer's 2009 Arbitration Scorecard. The biennial survey of the largest active disputes being decided in international arbitration forums was published in the July issue of Focus: Europe, a quarterly supplement to The American Lawyer magazine.

In this year's Arbitration Scorecard, Curtis was listed as arbitration counsel in eight cases - all either commercial disputes with stakes of at least US$500 million or treaty disputes with stakes of at least US$100 million.

The Curtis international arbitration practice covers disputes under the ICC, ICSID, AAA, UNCITRAL and LCIA rules and ad hoc arbitration. The firm's attorneys are highly experienced in all aspects of international arbitration involving public and private entities throughout the world. Curtis is known for acting on behalf of states, state-owned entities and international organizations both in disputes and non-contentious matters.

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