Arbitration is often feted as better suited to highly technical or commercial disputes than the average – generalist - court. But is that reputation deserved? How well do arbitrators in fact cope with highly technical matters? Do they, on average, do a good job of grappling with the intricacies, and write an award that is satisfying to the commercial or technical folk in a case? Or do they retreat to a point of law, and find a lawyerly solution, which is possibly a bit less satisfying to at least one side in the case?