The international arbitration practice lies at the heart of Paragon. We offer one of the premier international arbitration practices in Vienna.

The firm’s partners have been involved in hundreds of arbitrations, including highly complex cases with billions of Euros in dispute. Their international arbitration practice spans the entire globe.

Our international arbitration lawyers have been involved in arbitrations seated, among others, in Vienna, Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Amsterdam, Stockholm, London, Brussels, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Basel, Rome, Nicosia, New York, Boston, Tokyo, Singapore, and in the capitals of almost all Eastern and South-Eastern European countries.

They have also been handling disputes under a global variety of arbitration rules, including ICSID, UNCITRAL, AAA, ICC, SCC, LCIA, LAC, SRIA, VIAC, DIS, MCC, LAR and NAI.

Our team members have been representing clients in disputes arising in a wide range of industries and sectors, including engineering and construction, oil and gas, telecommunications, insurance and reinsurance, luxury goods, pharma, aviation, and sports.

Our lawyers are consistently recognized as leading arbitration practitioners in the most prestigious global rankings, including Who’s Who Legal, Chambers Global & Europe, Legal 500, Leaders League, Benchmark Litigation, and JUVE.

Our international arbitration practitioners are intimately familiar with the ins and outs of the arbitral landscape and process – as well as the art of advocacy. We take joy in consistently achieving our clients’ objectives through innovative and pragmatic solutions firmly rooted in rigorous factual and legal analysis and research, as well as exceptional trial advocacy.

Paragon does not apply simplistic all-purpose approaches. We are experienced in using the flexibility of the arbitral process to the advantage of our clients – tailoring the diverse tools of arbitration to the idiosyncrasies of each individual case and to the specific needs of our clients. This includes taking seriously the respective size and complexity of each dispute, assembling the most appropriate team and finding the most reasonable fee arrangement.