Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution: A Birthday Tribute
Since its implementation 10 years ago, the Arbitration Act has proved highly effective in its stated aim of improving dispute resolution law. Phillip Capper and Jerome Finnis look back at a decade of success
The Arbitration Act is enjoying the prolonged 10th anniversary celebration to which many in the international business community will feel it is entitled. The completion of the Act’s first decade presents an opportunity for users and practitioners of arbitration to reflect on a statute that was intended to “restate and improve the law relating to arbitration pursuant to an arbitration agreement”. Few would deny it has achieved that stated aim.
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