Are arbitration clauses killing development of domestic law?

CDR2016 | Noviembre 28
It has been nine months since Lord Thomas, the Lord Chief Justice of England & Wales, argued that the relationship between the courts and arbitration needed rebalancing because restrictions on appeals from arbitrations were stifling the development of English commercial law, a subject discussed at CDR’s Summer Arbitration Symposium.

Has his idea has gained traction and taken root, or does it have little chance of legislative life?

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CDR (Commercial Dispute Resolution) – Are arbitration clauses killing development of domestic law? by Dorothy Murray ▪ King & Wood Mallesons – Featured articles

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