Article from: TDM 3 (2012), in Confidentiality in Arbitration
Confidentiality is often named as one of
the benefits of arbitration. Like so many universally accepted (half-) truths,
it is repeated without further consideration or discernment.
This article will introduce what
confidentiality means in arbitration under German law and the Rules of the
German Arbitration Institution (DIS) and in doing so also shed some light on
the concept of confidentiality in arbitration in general.
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L.M. Pair; "Confidentiality in Germany"
TDM 3 (2012), www.transnational-dispute-management.com