For cross-border, international disputes, experienced advocates generally accept the notion that arbitration, rather than litigation, is the more practical choice for a final adjudication: (1) Unlike a court judgment, an arbitration award will be widely enforceable in the many countries that are signatories to the New York Convention; (2) arbitration provides a neutral forum for companies of differing nationalities; and (3) the vagaries of local court systems are avoided in favor of a flexible, customizable process.
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American Bar Association - Section of Litigation
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