Don’t get us wrong. We believe in arbitration, and believe that it is and should be the principal method for the resolution of international business disputes.

However, we also advise our clients of the costs of committing to international arbitration. While arbitration’s virtues are often celebrated in print, the potential defects in the process are not so well-publicized. Following are some of the practical limits on international arbitration:

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