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The Race Towards Predictability: Does It Threaten The Effectiveness Of Modern Arbitration?

Mathias Wittinghofer, a partner in the Frankfurt office of Herbert Smith Freehills has published an article on predictability in international arbitration, arguing that it is not inherently a good thing. The article argues that flexibility and party autonomy are of greater … Continue reading

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Musings on the 2015 QMUL International Arbitration Survey: are clients and counsel aligned in their views of arbitration?

The 2015 Queen Mary University of London International Arbitration Survey has just been released. Sponsored by White & Case and PwC on an alternating basis, this survey seeks to gain quantitative data on arbitration. This year, the survey has opened … Continue reading

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