International Dispute Resolution

Galaniuk Law assists in the resolution of disputes in cases where parties are located in different jurisdictions. These international dispute resolution and cross border situations require an approach that goes beyond the one ordinarily taken by counsel. Sensible settlement initiatives and creating a dynamic conducive for settlement is important. Galaniuk Law works together with selected local counsel to advance your interests in disputes with an international background.

As a Certified Specialist in International Business Law, Attorney Galaniuk has considerable experience in handling cases that turn on issues typically relevant in international disputes, for example, personal jurisdiction, comity and the alibi pendens doctrine. Proper application of these legal concepts can make the difference of whether a court will exercise international jurisdiction.

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