Friday, 1 July 2016
As of 30 June 2016, we ceased practicing as solicitors in Australia. This is because our personnel are moving on to some exciting new commercial ventures.
However, we continue our practice in New Zealand, where all contact details will remain the same and where we will offer the following legal services...
International Arbitration is a highly complex global minefield, which requires specialised credentials, worldwide contacts, finger-tip familiarity with institutional rules and international law, and expert strategy.
... Stapleton Solicitors will fix your problems with people or companies in other countries...
Are you doing business with someone in another country? Are you trading with a foreign company? Have you set up a business in another country?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then how would you recover your money or goods if there is a problem and your money or goods are located in another country?
Consider some simple examples.
The most effective and most recognised world-wide process for recovering your money or goods within another jurisdiction is International Commercial Arbitration.
Subject to limited reservations, the courts of 145 different countries will recognise and enforce your arbitral ward.
Stapleton Solicitors specialise in international commercial arbitration.
Whichever country you are from, are domiciled in, are incorporated in or have commercial interests in, we can simplify and lead you through the incredibly complex process of international commercial arbitration... from beginning to end, from drafting arbitration agreements to enforcement of arbitral awards.
Interested? Then look here!
Stapleton Solicitors also specialise in building and construction disputes.
You will find a lot of useful information about international commercial arbitration and building and construction disputes on these pages. Please do not hesitate contacting us if you need further advice.
We are developing an exciting new service...
We have been a member of the International Bar Association (“IBA”) since October 2011 (War Crimes Committee and European Regional Forum).
We have been a member of the New Zealand Law Society (“NZLS”) since August 2009. We are members of the Wellington Branch of the NZLS.