What is a commercial dispute?
Commercial disputes include disputes arising from, for example, a payment default on delivery of goods or a dispute concerning the payment and/or finalisation of projects.
Usually a dispute settlement clause in a commercial contract indicates the forum at which an existing or a future dispute should be settled. This can be a local court via litigation as per the agreed applicable law or an arbitration court as per the agreed arbitration rules. In the absence of such dispute settlement clause, rules of international private law decide in which jurisdiction and at which forum a claim can be brought.
What does Omni Bridgeway do?
Omni Bridgeway has vast experience in litigation in basically all European jurisdictions. Next to that we have vast experience in commercial arbitrations at arbitration tribunals applying ICC or UNCITRAL arbitration rules and commonly used other international arbitration courts, such as the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. This experience allows Omni Bridgeway to assist claimants in commercial disputes with the funding and management of their claims.