Efficient Management of Transnational Disputes: Case Study of a Successful Interconnector Dispute Resolution
Article from: TDM 1 (2007), in Mediation & ADR
Companies spend billions in disputes with other companies and governments. Such litigation has become ever more costly as modern commercial arbitration consumes high-cost services from specialised lawyers. What is more, the years of increasingly antagonistic litigation produce lose-lose results for everybody concerned. Many more billions of value in terms of valuable relationships, established at great expense and risk, are destroyed. There is at present no systematic analysis or competence of managing transnational disputes as the problem falls into a no-man's land between the ...