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Arbitration of International Business Disputes - Studies in Law and Practice, 2nd Edition by Park, William W. (20th September 2012)

Part III Arbitral Proceedings: Establishing the Facts and Applying the Law, A Counterpoise Between Fairness and Efficiency, 1 Arbitration’s Discontents: of Elephants and Pornography

From: Arbitration of International Business Disputes: Studies in Law and Practice (2nd Edition)

William W. Park

From: Oxford Legal Research Library (http://olrl.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 19 November 2019

Arbitrators often complain about frivolous motions and excessive requests for documentary discovery. Scholars worry that arbitration allows business managers to evade statutory norms that further vital public policies. Winning claimants complain that judicial review of awards impairs neutrality and finality. Losing litigants grumble that arbitrators apply the law either too strictly or not strictly enough. Discontent aims principally at the abuse of otherwise legitimate procedures, whether in arbitration itself or in related court actions. Arbitrators and judges...
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