A response to Menon: why parties like to pick
Following Sundaresh Menon’s proposals, Herbert Smith Freehills partner Alistair Henderson describes the “inchoate sense of acceptance and engagement” that flows from clients’ first involvement in the process – picking an arbitrator – and warns that establishing a central disciplinary body could prove "a powerful new weapon" in due process attacks on tribunals.
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