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Cassation and International Proceedings

In some cases, it is essential to litigate up to the highest court, either nationally – especially before the Supreme Court (cassation) – or internationally (European courts). Such procedures require specialised expertise.

Litigating before the Supreme Court is fundamentally different from litigating before a lower court or the court of appeal. Drafting an cassation memorandum requires a skill set different from being a proper court room litigator. Wladimiroff masters those skills.

Similar expertise is required for international proceedings. Wladimiroff is regularly involved in cross-border proceedings . Our lawyers have vast experience in litigating before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, the Court of Justice in Luxembourg, the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations, and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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