Watch this video and more on Born's International Arbitration Lectures

Watch this video and more on Born's International Arbitration Lectures

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  • 1.3

    This segment addresses neutrality, centralized dispute resolution and enforceability of agreements and awards as reasons for choosing international arbitration.

  • 1.4

    This segment addresses commercial competence and expertise, finality, party autonomy, flexibility, and cost and speed as reasons for choosing international arbitration.

  • 1.5

    This segment addresses confidentiality and privacy in arbitrations involving states and state-entities as reasons for choosing international arbitration, and gives the overview of the international arbitration legal framework.