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Is arbitration damaging the common law?

10 June 2016
International Arbitration Law Review
Bylined article by London Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner and head of the International Arbitration Group in London Raid Abu-Manneh, Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Mark Stefanini and associate Jeremy Holden on the Lord Chief Justice's warning that London's position as the dominant centre for litigation is in danger of being undermined as an increasing number of cases are being heard in private arbitration hearings.

This material was first published by Sweet and Maxwell in Issue 3 of International Arbitration Law Review on 10 June 2016 and is reproduced with agreement from the Publishers.

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