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March 05, 2018

Cross-border arbitration rules for international business disputes.

Want something you can use now, GCs, in-house and firm litigation shops? Three years ago, New York City-based CPR (International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution) released its Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes for use in cross-border business disputes. I was introduced to CPR years ago by Michael McIlwarth, a well-known in-house GE lawyer, author and expert on cross-border resolution based in Florence, Italy. As an organization and a resource, CPR is a general counsel's dream. It champions super-quick, efficient and sane resolution of business-to-business disputes internationally. One of the best-kept secrets in international business litigation.


Posted by JD Hull at March 5, 2018 11:59 PM


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