Vienna event looks at how to take wind from critics' sails
Ten years after the event was first held, delegates at this year’s Vienna Arbitration Days considered how to “reposition arbitration” to avoid some of the criticisms it faces, including through giving more of a role to human rights law, making the process more transparent and levelling the playing field as to ethics. Oliver Loksa, attorney-at-law at Binder Grösswang, reports.
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