- December 7, 2016
Is it time for arbitration to face its Woolf reforms?
It is no secret that regular users of arbitration are dissatisfied about costs and delay. Despite choosing arbitration as their preferred dispute resolution process, respondents to last year’s Queen Mary University of London survey identified “costs, lack of effective sanctions during the arbitral process, lack of insight into arbitrators’ efficiency, and lack of speed” as … Continue reading Is it time for arbitration to face its Woolf reforms? →