- Could Part 36 save time and costs in international commercial arbitration?
- Settlement in international arbitration
- What is a Part 36 offer?
- Institutional resistance to Part 36
- A new way forward
Arbitration analysis: Saving time and costs in arbitration without damaging the effectiveness of the process is somewhat of a 'holy grail'. Richard Power, partner, and Alexander Stewart, associate, at Clyde & Co consider whether Part 36 of the English Civil Procedure Rules 1998 (CPR) could play a useful role in international commercial arbitration.
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