Volume 40 (2019)

Volume 40 (2019) / Issue 6

Juan Carlos Urquidi Herrera, 'International Commercial Courts: Similarities and Disparities' (2019) 40 Business Law Review, Issue 6, pp. 232–239

Abstract

Among the leading jurisdictions, there is an increasing realization that something has to be done to arrest the alarming decline in litigation before the courts. State-funded courts, too, have to innovate and adapt if they wish to remain relevant players in transnational commercial dispute resolution. And so we will see the rise of international commercial courts. (V. K. Rajah, W(h)ither Adversarial Commercial Dispute Resolution, 33(1) Arbitration International 17, 26 (2017).)

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