BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS: A new arbitration centre in the Caribbean?

Monday, 27 January 2014 (over 2 years ago) Issue: Volume 9 - Issue 1

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) passed a new arbitration law in December, including provisions for setting up a new international arbitration centre. Ben Knowles, global head of dispute resolution at Clyde & Co in London, considers some of the factors that may affect the success of arbitration in the territory.

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