Published in: Financier Worldwide
By Anthony Theau-Laurent
The international arbitration landscape has been a hive of activity in recent times.
Among the ongoing trends are the growing complexity and variety of cases, the increasing use of third-party funding and the continued “litigationising” of the process. As a popular dispute resolution mechanism that gives parties the flexibility to tailor the procedure to their particular needs, demand for international arbitration is expected to rise. For now, it provides a solid forum to resolve international business disputes, and predictability when enforcing awards.
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