As shown by the recent financial crisis and global economic downturn, the worldwide business community is increasingly connected. The policies and activities in one area of the world can impact and shape the commercial realities for businesses everywhere. Reflecting this global market, the number and complexity of international business transactions is increasing.
In this environment, parties engaged in international commerce should be able to rely on efficient and reliable mechanisms to resolve their disputes. In this respect, arbitration has long been – and still is – the preferred method for resolving international commercial disputes.
The two-volume guide gives clients and practitioners involved in arbitration a detailed overview of the law and practice in 32 different jurisdictions as well as arbitration materials such as international conventions, arbitration rules and further helpful information.
Read the CMS e-guide here: http://eguides.cmslegal.com/arbitration