An age of globalization. Businesses trading across borders. Governments welcoming outside investors. As foreign markets provide significant opportunities for companies to expand, there is a greater risk of legal disputes. International Arbitration has become a preferred method of cross-border dispute resolution for its neutral forum, as well as the parties’ ability to select arbitrators who are experts in the field in question, and the flexibility to influence the rules of the proceedings.

StoneTurn’s International Arbitration teams act as experts for claimants and respondents in disputes across a variety of international forums. We have extensive experience providing quantum damages calculations, analysis and investigative expert witness services in complex international arbitrations. Our team leaders have been publicly recognized in the legal community, including by Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration―Expert Witnesses and Experts―Economic Consulting―Quantum of Damages.

Our team has testified on international cases under arbitration rules such as AAA, ICC, Lands Tribunal–UK, LCIA, LMAA, SAL, NASD and UNCITRAL. Additionally, our experts have experience in matters across a range of industries, including financial services, insurance, mining and natural resources, commodities, oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, aerospace and defense, hospitality and retail.

How We Help

StoneTurn professionals assist clients involved in international arbitration matters with services, including:


StoneTurn’s independent experts have vast experience in the quantification of loss and damages along with the various methodologies that may be applicable to different types of disputes. We perform complex accounting analyses, robust loss quantification and provide settlement assistance to achieve successful outcomes for our clients. StoneTurn’s team is innovative in applying significant experience in disputes to identify the most appropriate approach to quantum.


We analyze and explain complex concepts, prepare detailed analyses, and develop clear and concise findings, which are presented in expert reports, as well as through oral testimony.