Under-40 gathering in Tokyo covers broad ground
A recent seminar of Japan’s first young arbitrators group and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution’s under-40 group considered the problem of delay, the potential benefits of importing national court practices into the arbitral process, how to succeed and “The Pledge.” Kei Kato, associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Tokyo, reports.
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