International arbitration proceedings have grown dramatically over the past decade in concert with expanding globalization and increasingly complex international disputes. Adjudicating and resolving cross-border disputes presents a unique set of challenges that often require increasingly sophisticated economic analysis and empirical methods.
Backed by years of extensive litigation experience and in-depth understanding of regulated and competitive markets, economists at Monument Economics Group have helped clients navigate a wide range of disputes in various arbitration forums.
Our experts have provided consulting, analysis, and expert testimony regarding liability and damages issues in a variety of international arbitration venues, including the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes and the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration.
Our economists are experienced at providing economic analyses of liability and damages in matters involving:
- Breach of contract
- Trade and treaty disputes.
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