Ashid Advocates Defends an International Multidisciplinary Construction Consultancy Group at MINAC (“Mongolian International and National Arbitration Center”)
We are currently defending our client, which specializes in multidisciplinary construction consultancy services, at the MINAC. The dispute arose out of in connection with multiple service agreements signed with Mongolian conglomerates (the “Service Contracts”). According to the parties’ arbitration agreement in the Service Contracts, the tribunal is consisted of one arbitrator, who is not nationality of either parties, and arbitration proceedings must take place in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in accordance with Arbitration Dispute Resolution Rules of MINAC, and be conducted in English language. Finally, the Service Contract stipulates that any dispute in connection with the Service Contracts must be resolved pursuant to the laws of Mongolia.
As domestic and international clients face increasingly complex disputes, Ashid Advocates arbitration team provides seamless service to prepare for commercial and investment arbitrations, develop winning strategies, represent clients throughout the entire proceeding all the way through to the arbitral award enforcement. Our lawyers’ extensive experience and sophisticated expertise in international and local arbitration, in addition to the signature focus of our practice, places us in a unique position to solve our clients’ most important disputes.
Our commercial and investment arbitration team advises and represents clients in all aspects of the arbitration process, from progressive negotiations and formal proceedings, to the conduct of the arbitration preliminary (pre-hearing) and full hearing and judicial proceedings related to the enforcement of interim and final compensations and awards.
As arbitration specialized researchers, we work hard to stay abreast of and contribute to important developments in arbitration.
Our lawyers counsel and represent both claimants and respondents by providing advice and support on the following matters:
Legal analysis and preparation of strategy
Drafting arbitration notices, responses and claims
Preparation of statement of defense and counterclaims
Assisting in the arbitrator nominating process
Analysis and preparation of factual evidence including witness and expert testimonies
Representation at pre-hearing conferences
Preparation of procedural rules
Filing of complaint at the first instance civil court and/or court of appeals before hearing
Conducting arbitration hearings
Enforcement of arbitral awards
Representation in court trials for the annulment of arbitral awards
Advanced negotiation and settlement
Our Fee Structures and Options
We also proactively propose alternative fee structures whenever we believe it would be mutually beneficial for us and our clients to do so. Such structures may include full or partial contingency fee arrangements; flat fees for specific tasks or phases of the arbitration process; success fees for achieving pre-defined results for our clients—as claimants as well as respondents; and hybrid combinations of these fee structures.