The arbitration question
The complex web of multilateral investments across the world can sometimes become tangled, resulting in a choice between litigation or arbitration to resolve a dispute. A recent roundtable discussion revealed what in-house lawyers believe to be the pros and cons of using arbitration, especially in an international forum. Ed Thornton reports
Few can doubt the increasing importance of arbitration on the international dispute resolution scene. Commercial disputes arising out of the myriad investments in the world’s emerging markets mean that litigation is no longer the first choice for companies wanting to settle a dispute.
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