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Established in 2019, Peter & Kim is a leading international arbitration firm, bringing together dedicated international arbitration practitioners from different civil and common law cultures, based in Switzerland, South Korea and Australia. We are a highly experienced and achieved team of lawyers with a proven track record of successfully representing clients across the globe. Our attorneys are industry leaders in international dispute resolution, not just regionally but also globally. Our work focuses on representing corporate, sovereign and private clients in complex international disputes before arbitral tribunals and state courts. We advise and represent parties in contractual disputes, as well as disputes arising from foreign direct investments (under bilateral and multilateral investment treaties) and public international law. We also have expertise challenging or confirming international arbitration awards in multiple jurisdictions, but particularly in proceedings before the Swiss Federal Tribunal (Supreme Court) and at all levels of the Korean court system. In serving our clients, we rely on our decades of collective experience as counsel and arbitrator in hundreds of cases, as well as specialist knowledge having worked in leading arbitral institutions. We combine the capabilities of our global network of offices to provide best-in-class services to our clients wherever they require. In particular, the firm’s practice in Asia is unparalleled, led by partners who have consistently been recognised as leaders in the Asian international arbitration space. The firm’s unique structure and its specialist practice allow us to offer our clients high-quality representation throughout all stages of a dispute, from the assessment of potential liability and pre-arbitration negotiations, dealing with interim measures of protection, through to the preparation of written submissions and the conduct of the hearing, as well as any post-award challenges and asset recovery.
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