The specialization of international arbitration within American law firms is not simply the result of a trend to market "niche" practices to clients. International arbitration has justifiably become a substantive specialty in its own right, writes Crowell & Moring partner Alexandre de Gramont. U.S. practitioners -- along with their U.S. clients -- have increasingly recognized that international arbitration is its own art, separate and distinct from the art of litigation in American courts.
American Litigators Learn the Rules of the International Arbitration Game
The National Law Journal
November 28, 2007