Article from: TDM 3 (2005), in International Commercial Arbitration
By the time this article is published, Japan's new arbitration law will be just over one year
old. It is largely based on the UNCITRAL Model Law with some revisions as well as a few unique
features. This article will review the new law as well as describe some of the changes the
Japanese law has made to the Model Law.
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H. Oghigian; "Japan's New Arbitration Law"
TDM 3 (2005), www.transnational-dispute-management.com