The 2018 Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) White & Case International Arbitration Survey examined the theme 'The Evolution of International Arbitration', tracking the principal drivers and stakeholders that the arbitration community expects to influence the future direction of international arbitration. An overwhelming majority of respondents (97%) indicated that international arbitration, either as a stand-alone dispute resolution method, or in combination with other ADR methods, was their preferred option for resolving cross-border disputes. Similarly, most respondents agreed that the use of international arbitration was likely to increase overall across the Energy, Construction/Infrastructure, Technology, and Banking and Finance sectors. The full results are available online. In this article we provide a brief summary of the key findings and focus on the survey's data about the perspectives of in-house counsel, who represent the ultimate users of international arbitration.
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This article was featured in the Spring 2018 issue of Australian Corporate Lawyer, Vol 28, Issue 3, pp10 – 12, as published by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia.
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