Dispute Resolution: Different strokes
Around the world, disputes of the same ilk are treated in vastly different ways. No matter what the situation, lawyers should always listen to what clients wish to achieve before engaging in legal procedures, says Olivier Oakley-White
All dispute resolution lawyers are familiar with advising clients on the respective merits of litigation and arbitration. Whether your client is a Spanish telecoms operator or a Thai commodity trader makes no difference; their overriding concern will be to establish which of the two processes is faster, cheaper and more efficient.
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