Dumler and Partners represented the claimant, a UK trading house, in a dispute with a major Indian food supplier. The dispute was considered under the Rules of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce and Industry and was subject to Russian law although both parties were under foreign jurisdictions.
The supplier’s parent was a Hong Kong company. The dispute arose out of disagreements over the quality of the delivered products. It was complicated by the fact that the respondent sabotaged the arbitration.
To resolve the dispute, we took additional legal and diplomatic steps in Hong Kong, India, the UK and Russia. This resulted in our client’s claims being settled.