The In-House Counsel's Perspective
Article from: TDM 2 (2010), in Guerrilla Tactics in International Arbitration & Litigation
The existence of "Guerilla Tactics" is not new to arbitration. For as long as arbitration has existed, such practices have been seen, used, and deplored as Horror Stories. In particular, dilatory tactics have been used, abused and criticized for a number of years. However, the novelty now is that arbitration has become - especially over the last two decades- the usual means of settling disputes, particularly in the field of international commercial business. The success of international commercial arbitration can of course easily be explained by the ...