66% of respondents considered retention of party appointments to be desirable

International Arbitration

Our experienced team of lawyers conduct international arbitrations, involving parties from many different jurisdictions & countries, under a variety of different laws, and under all the major institutional rules.

With a holistic approach in place, your strategic and commercial objectives remain in focus. Our team size means your case will be managed from receipt of instructions to presentation in front of the Tribunal.

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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION SURVEY 2017

Our 2017 survey looks at the issue of party appointed arbitrators.

Previous International Arbitration surveys

  • Download International Arbitration Survey 2016

    International Arbitration Survey 2016

    Our 2016 survey considered the issue of diversity among appointed arbitrators. 

    Download your copy of the 2016 survey >

  • Download International Arbitration Survey 2015

    International Arbitration Survey 2015

    Our 2015 survey examined the use of tribunal secretaries in international commercial arbitration.

    Download your copy of the 2015 survey >

  • Download International Arbitration Survey 2014 >

    International Arbitration Survey 2014

    In previous years, the firm's Arbitration Group has conducted surveys on various aspects of international arbitration: conflicts of interest (2010), delay (2012) and document production (2013). We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many international arbitration practitioners within our preferred firm network, and more widely, who responded to those surveys.

    Download your copy of the 2014 survey >

  • Download International Arbitration Survey 2013 >

    International Arbitration Survey 2013

    In 2012, our International Arbitration Group conducted a survey on the problem of delay in international arbitration. The 2012 survey demonstrated that there is a considerable amount of concern about the time it takes to complete arbitration proceedings. There are various reasons for this – many of them perfectly legitimate. However, what the survey responses highlight is that arbitrators and parties alike should continue to be vigilant in monitoring whether arbitration practice matches the objective of achieving a process that is both fair and efficient. This involves keeping under review how well each of the individual steps in the process meets those criteria. With this in mind, we decided to conduct a survey on attitudes to document production in international arbitration.

    Download your copy of the 2013 survey >

  • Download International Arbitration Survey 2012 >

    International Arbitration Survey 2012

    In 2010 our International Arbitration Group conducted a survey on perceived conflicts of interest involving arbitrators and advocates in international arbitration. Given the high level of interest shown in the 2010 survey, we decided to conduct a second survey on delay in the arbitration process.

    Download your copy of the 2012 survey >

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