International Arbitration | Dispute Resolution
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Baruch Baigel is a solicitor at Asserson Law Offices whose practice focuses international commercial litigation and arbitration.
Since joining Asserson Law Offices, Baruch has had day to day conduct of several large international arbitrations under both ICC and LCIA Rules.
Baruch graduated fifth in his year from Cambridge University with a First Class degree in law in June 2005, having been awarded the Simmons and Simmons Prize for the top mark in contract law and the John Hall Prize for the top mark in family law. In 2006 Baruch won the Baker & McKenzie Law Link Scholarship to study in Harvard Law School where he received a Masters in Law (LLM) and graduated with ‘A’ grade average. He completed the Legal Practice Course with Distinction in London in June 2008.
Baruch is a member of European Users' Council of the London Court of International arbitration and the Israel branch of the International Chamber of Commerce. He recently attained, with merit, a Diploma in International Arbitration from the University of London and passed with distinction the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators’ award writing examination.
Baruch's experience includes:
Notable cases include:
R. (on the application of Homesun Holdings Ltd) v Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Queen's Bench Division  A.C.D. 28; R. (on the application of Homesun Holdings Ltd) v Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Court of Appeal (Civil Division),  A.C.D. 29 ; Madoff Securities International Limited v Raven & Ors  EWHC 739 (QB).