The choice of dispute resolution forum should be of high importance to all parties because of the potentially vast differences in procedure, and even outcome, offered by the various dispute resolution bodies.
In most cases the choice comes down to litigation or arbitration.
What is the difference?
Litigation involves using the relevant State and Federal courts to resolve all matters considered...Read More
There are very few moments in the law when you are truly flabbergasted, last week I was struck sideways by one of them when attending the conference on Expanding Worldwide Corruption Standards, which featured many of the leading lights who were familiar from my time litigating white collar crime in the UK.
When drafters of UK legislation start speaking of ‘the need for a worldwide cohesive...Read More