Arbitration and mediation are efficient and preferable tools for alternative dispute resolution outside the courtroom, especially when the parties involved reside in different countries, speak different languages or are accustomed to different cultures. Many businesses, when looking to build a long lasting and mutually advantageous business relationship, prefer to agree on mediation or arbitration when solving conflicts that could arise in the future. In order to ensure the ultimate protection, it’s of the utmost importance that contract clauses are formulated correctly and relate to the applicable rules, place and language of arbitration.
Shoshana has extensive experience in international arbitration cases in the framework of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Israeli Institute for Commercial Arbitration founded by the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce and headed by Supreme Judge (Ret.) Ayala Proccacia. She consults on international related matters brought before the Institute.
Shoshana has studied the rules of several international arbitration bodies and developed professional relationships with them, such as the Cietac in China and Arbitration Institutions in Italy and Turkey.