Eversheds’ international arbitration group ranks in top 20 practices worldwide

Eversheds’ international arbitration group has been ranked within the top 20 firms in Global Arbitration Review’s elite GAR 30, which lists the most active arbitration practices worldwide.

The GAR 30 list is primarily based on the number of merits hearings in which each firm has participated.

A recent arbitration highlight for Eversheds was the team’s successful representation of Peru in its maritime boundary dispute with Chile before the International Court of Justice.

The GAR 30 was announced at a recent formal awards dinner, held at the Georges V hotel in Paris. The evening featured the presentation of a lifetime achievement award to Egyptian arbitrator Ahmed El-Kosheri.

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