Any debate over reform of an arbitration statute will likely touch some of the larger issues related to the function of courts and law in the international arbitral process. Eminent scholars and practitioners support divergent views. At a symposium organized by the American Bar Association (ABA) in New York in April 2004, several positions were presented and later memorialized in the newsletter of the ABA International Commercial Dispute Resolution Committee. One school of thought suggested wholesale change with adoption of the United Nations Commission for...
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