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First new LCIA arbitration rules in over 15 years come into force in October

New rules governing London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) arbitrations will take effect in October, including provisions for an emergency arbitration process and guidelines on the conduct of parties' legal representatives. 29 Jul 2014

First commercial arbitration centre formed in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s first commercial arbitration centre has been formed to handle local and international commercial and civil disputes. 17 Jul 2014

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Adjudication should not be derailed by meritless "technical legal arguments", says Scottish court

Courts will only overturn the decisions of adjudicators in relation to contractual disputes in "very limited" cases, such as those where the adjudicator had no jurisdiction to make that decision or where there has been a clear breach of natural justice, a... 02 Jul 2014

Process management is vital for companies who want to benefit from choosing arbitration over litigation, say experts

FOCUS: Forward thinking organisations are increasingly choosing arbitration over litigation, but too many of them are throwing away the benefits of arbitration because they are not managing the process well enough. 20 Jun 2014

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