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Monday, January 6, 2014

Increasing Legalism in International Commercial Arbitration

A new paper by University of Missouri Law Professor Stacy Strong discusses the causes of increasing legalism in international commercial arbitration and the attendant increase in the time and money costs of the process.  Possible causes of increased legalism include increased use of U.S. litigation tactics, changes to the nature of the underlying transactions, and changes in arbitration law  relating to non-signatories, regulatory concerns and choice of law. 

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