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Solving the Arbitral Confidentiality Conundrum in International Arbitration

Mayer Brown Article
One of the hallmarks of private arbitration is the freedom of the parties to formulate their own rules and procedures for settling disputes. But just as the free market sometimes “fails” (by requiring limits on the freedom of market players), so too may defects in the machinery of international arbitration cry out for a bit of enlightened intervention.
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