Section 3: Country Chapters
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Lovells is a top-quality international legal practice, focused on the commercial and legal needs of its clients around the world. With over 3,000 people in 27 offices in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US, Lovells is one of the largest international legal practices. Lovells is recognised as one of the leading international law firms for litigation, international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution work. Its dispute resolution practice is unmatched in terms of size, international reach and breadth of experience. It is represented in all major jurisdictions, comprises over 80 partners and some 250 qualified legal staff globally and has been involved in dispute work in over 100 countries. Lovells' international arbitration group is a distinct area of specialisation within the global dispute resolution practice. It has the resources and expertise to handle the most complex arbitrations worldwide, covering a wide range of industry sectors including engineering, IT, energy, insurance, international trade and financial services. The practice group regularly deals with parties, tribunals and witnesses from all types of legal and commercial cultures and frequently advises clients on the protections afforded by bilateral and multilateral investment treaties. The international arbitration practice has experience with many different arbitral rules, including the UNCITRAL rules and the rules of major international institutions such as ICSID, AAA, ICC, LCIA, DIS, SIAC and CIETAC, and is familiar with the arbitral laws of many different countries. Lovells also advises on and drafts arbitration agreements and represents clients at all stages of arbitration proceedings (including drafting pleadings and submissions, collecting and evaluating evidence, acting as advocates at the hearing, representing clients during settlement negotiations and in enforcement proceedings). Many of its lawyers also act as arbitrators.
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