Minds meet over regulation

Sebastian Perry Wednesday, 5 June 2013 (over 3 years ago)

A much-anticipated debate between Sundaresh Menon and Jan Paulsson on the desirability of a regulatory framework for international arbitration ended with a surprising consensus on the need for arbitral institutions to take the lead in policing ethical conduct – with Menon seemingly retreating from previously expressed views. Sebastian Perry reports

Menon and Paulsson: plenty to agree on

Menon and Paulsson: plenty to agree on

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