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Emergency Procedures and Interim Measures

Emergency Procedures and Interim Measures   Many jurisdictions recognize that parties to arbitral proceedings may need to seek interim measures of protection in order to safeguard their rights pending final resolution of the dispute. Historically, the power to grant interim measures in international arbitration was solely reserved to national courts. Today, many countries have modified …

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International Arbitration

International Arbitration What Is International Arbitration? International arbitration is similar to domestic court litigation, but instead of taking place before a domestic court it takes place before private adjudicators known as arbitrators. It is a consensual, neutral, binding, private and enforceable means of international dispute resolution, which is typically faster and less expensive than domestic court proceedings. The use of international arbitration has evolved to allow parties …

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