The business of providing adjudication services for international commercial disputes—whether through courts, arbitration, or alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms—is a growth industry. London and New York have long been go-to forums for international commercial litigation in court. The traditional top choices for arbitral seats include London, Paris, New York, and Geneva, homes to “the oldest and most popular arbitral institutions.”Reflecting the commonly cited refrain that most international commercial disputes go to arbitration, there has also been growth and innovation in arbitration centers and in arbitration-friendly domestic laws.
Pamela K. Bookman,
The Adjudication Business,
Yale J. Int'l L.
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