Concern Dialog's team has authored Armenian legislation and practice chapter in the Chambers Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide

The prestigious international platform Chambers and Partners has published Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide, where Concern Dialog’s team, in particular, managing partner Aram Orbelyan, senior associate Shushanik Stepanyan, senior associate Sofya Kharatyan and junior Associate Ani Mkrtumyan authored a section on Litigation in Armenia․

The new Litigation 2023 guide provides the latest legal information on litigation funding, initiating a lawsuit, pre-trial proceedings, discovery, injunctive relief, trials and hearings, settlement, damages and judgment, appeals, costs, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), arbitration, and the impact of COVID-19.

Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide, apart from Armenia's experience, covers 45 other jurisdictions.

“Chambers & Partners” is a world-renowned organization which was founded in 1969 in England. The organization has been ranking the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in over 190 countries throughout the world since 1990.

Each year “Chambers & Partners” publishes a series of guidelines on legal regulations of the main areas of business in different countries throughout the world (Global Practice Guides) in cooperation with leading lawyers who represent the legal regulations and law enforcement practice in their countries.


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This article was originally published in Chambers Litigation 2023 Global Practice Guide. For a full list of jurisdictional Q&As visit