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CMS launched the fourth edition of the CMS Guide to Arbitration yesterday, at the reception of the CIArb (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators), annual meeting in Vienna. 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 key arbitration materials such as international conventions and arbitration rules. The text is also available online as an e-guide at http://eguides.cmslegal.com/arbitration and, in due course, as an ‘app’ to be downloaded onto tablet computers.
The CMS Dispute Resolution Practice Group, with 39 partners and over 270 associates, is one of the largest dispute resolution practices in Europe. The Group regularly handles complex domestic and international disputes involving litigation, arbitration and all forms of alternative dispute resolution. Its members are also experienced in obtaining judicial assistance in foreign proceedings and in enforcing foreign judgments and arbitral awards. Over 70 lawyers in the Group contributed to the CMS Guide to Arbitration. To read more, please click here.