Arbitration versus litigation: stick to the tracks or choose the open road?
A panel at Withers' London office debated the respective advantages of litigation and arbitration – compared to a rail journey and a journey on the open road – and whether the prevalence of arbitration is "a serious impediment to the common law", as suggested by the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales almost exactly a year ago. Ruzin Dağlı, associate at Withers, reports.
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