- New international arbitration survey report offers construction disputes insights
- Survey, methodology, data and respondents
- Arbitration is the principal dispute resolution method for international construction disputes
- Administrative costs and delays associated with international arbitrations create barriers to entry
- Proactive case management practices by arbitrators are viewed as critical to improving arbitral efficiency
Law360: Albert Bates and Zachary Torres-Fowler of Pepper Hamilton explore the report on international arbitration and construction disputes, recently published by Queen Mary University of London’s School of International Arbitration in partnership with Pinsent Masons.
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