Stay away from the spider web, warns Cambridge professor
The tendency to "enmesh" arbitration in increasingly complex rules must be resisted, a University of Cambridge law professor has warned - "arbitration's rule book should not become an ever-expanding spider web in which the parties are eventually eaten alive in a leisurely arachno-fest".
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