The global recession has led to a spike in cross-border commercial disputes, which in turn has led to a rise in international arbitration.

But even as more companies turn to arbitration, many in-house lawyers complain that the process, at its worst, can be as costly and time-consuming as litigation. Now an advocacy organization called the Corporate Counsel International Arbitration Group is highlighting the problems in order to encourage reform.

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