Arbitration is a voluntary, fast and confidential way of resolving disputes. It allows a conflict to be settled, not by the courts, but by one or several arbitrators appointed and paid by the parties for their competence.
Lawyers can assist you in the process of an arbitration or intervene as arbitrators, due to their competence and independence.
The Liege Bar created, on 23 September 2016, the Euregio Arbitration Centre (E.A.C.) (see articles 114 to 117 Codex). The E.A.C. suggests, in the capacity of arbitrators, lawyers and technical experts who have at least five years of professional experience, have followed an appropriate training and have been certified by the Bar Council :
List of certified lawyers :
Technical experts :
- Richard Delviesmaison - Architect - FR
- Michel De Keyser - Architect - FR
- Didier Gofaux - Architect - FR
- Pierre-Yves Voz - Architect - FR
- Jean-Marc Dinant - Doctor in computer science - FR - EN
- Michel Willems - Doctor of Medicine - FR
- Anne Dorthu - Company auditor - FR
- Benoît Spruytte - Mechanical engineer - FR - EN
- Stéfan Deleuze - Doctor of veterinary medicine (PHD) - FR - EN
The E.A.C. designed arbitration rules, allying flexibility and efficiency, which are meant to enable the parties who make use of them to quickly obtain an award (3 months !) that will be perfectly motivated, both from a legal, technical or even scientific point of view.