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Crowell & Moring Named to Global Arbitration Review’s 2021 “GAR 100” List

Washington – July 20, 2021: Crowell & Moring’s International Dispute Resolution Group has been included in the 14th edition of Global Arbitration Review's GAR 100, a guide to the top 100 law firms with international arbitration capabilities. GAR is one of the leading journals of public and private arbitration.

The publication highlighted the practice’s multiple successes, including securing a $500 million award for DIPCO in a claim against Egypt’s Damietta Port Authority, a $100 million Energy Charter Treaty award against Mongolia for Khan Resources, and a more than $28 million award against Pakistan related to the asset recovery of the country’s former prime minister.

In conversation with the GAR editors, one firm client said that the “thoroughness displayed by Crowell & Moring in all aspects of the case paid off in the end,” while another mentioned that after working with multiple other firms before Crowell, “none of them reached the legal solutions that [Crowell] did.”

To read the firm’s GAR 100 profile, click here.

First published in 2007, the annual survey ranks the world’s leading large and small arbitration practices and assesses firms’ reputation, amount of work undertaken, and experience through researchers’ audits.

The International Dispute Resolution practice at Crowell & Moring delivers advice on the full range of business and governmental disputes worldwide. Together with its affiliate firm C&M International – an international policy and regulatory affairs consulting firm – and Crowell & Moring’s International Trade Group, the practice provides pre-dispute counseling on investment decisions and dispute resolution clauses, pre-arbitration assistance on potential geopolitical approaches to resolving disputes, representation in international arbitrations, and litigation to enforce arbitral awards.


Andrew Loeb
Communications Specialist