A paper based on a talk given to the conference 'Delivering Infrastructure:
International Best Practice' organised by the Society of Construction
Law, Centre of Construction Law at King's College London, European Society
for Construction Law and Society of Construction Arbitrators and held
in London on 12th July 2002.
Adrian Winstanley argues that there remains significant added value in
opting for administered arbitration, if arbitration is the preferred choice
of dispute resolution, for a number of reasons. He then highlights a number
of the LCIA's Arbitration ules with particular relevance to infrastructure
disputes, in particular those which address concerns about expediting
procedures, multiple parties, the prompt issue of awards and cost.
The LCIA - Choice of dispute resolution procedure - The arbitration option:
administered arbitration - LCIA ules.
The author: Adrian Winstanley is Director-General and egistrar of the
London Court of International Arbitration and a member of its Board of
Directors. He is an English solicitor and a CED accredited mediator.
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