Aerospace Arbitration
By Davy Karkason
Founding Attorney

Aerospace engineering is a fast-growing industry that involves designing and testing aircraft, spacecraft, and other flying vehicles. With technological advancements and increasing international trade, companies in this industry often find themselves dealing with cross-border disputes that require legal intervention. This is where cross-border arbitration comes in. In this blog post, we dive into the world of aerospace engineering cross-border arbitration and explore how it works, its benefits, and the key considerations involved.

What is Cross-Border Arbitration?

To begin with, Cross-Border Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that involves settling disputes between two or more parties in different countries. In aerospace engineering, companies can use cross-border arbitration to resolve disputes related to intellectual property, licensing agreements, breach of contract, joint venture agreements, and more The process involves appointing a neutral arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators who listen to both parties, consider evidence, and make a binding decision.

What are the benefits of Cross-Border Arbitration?

One of the key benefits of cross-border arbitration is that it offers a faster and more cost-effective way of resolving disputes compared to traditional litigation. International Arbitration offers confidentiality, flexibility, and scheduling that can be tailored to the parties’ needs. Additionally, the arbitrator’s decision is final and binding, reducing the likelihood of prolonged legal battles and appeals.

Some Important Issues To Consider

However, there are some key considerations to keep in mind when it comes to cross-border arbitration. Firstly, it’s essential to choose an arbitrator with expertise in aerospace engineering disputes to ensure a fair and informed decision. Additionally, parties must agree on the arbitration rules, the place of arbitration, and the language to be used during the proceedings. If parties don’t agree on these terms, this may lead to delays and conflicts further down the line.

Another important aspect of cross-border arbitration is the enforcement of the arbitrator’s decision. Some issues can occur if the parties belong to countries that have not signed the New York Convention, which governs the enforcement of arbitral award. As such, parties must consider this aspect carefully and ensure that they are aware of their options in case of non-enforcement. To learn more about the power of the New York convention, please visit The Power of the New York Convention – Transnational Matters. In addition, to see who are signatories to the convention, please visit Contacting states » New York Convention.


In conclusion, cross-border arbitration is an effective way of resolving disputes in the aerospace engineering industry. Its benefits include speed, confidentiality, and lower costs compared to traditional litigation. However, parties must ensure that they choose a qualified arbitrator, agree on the arbitration rules, and consider the enforcement of the arbitrator’s decision. By keeping these key considerations in mind, aerospace engineering companies can avoid legal disputes and ensure the smooth running of their operations.

About the Author
As a lawyer and the founder of Transnational Matters, Davy Aaron Karkason represents numerous international companies and a wide variety of industries in Florida, the U.S., and abroad. He is dedicated to fighting against unjust expropriation and unfair treatment of any individual or entity involved in an international matter. Mr. Karason received his B.A. in Political Science & International Relations with a Minor in Criminal Justice from Nova Southeastern University. If you have any questions about this article you can contact Davy Karkason through our contact page.