Ad hoc arbitrations without institutional support

An analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of ad hoc versus institutional arbitration, with a review of the various ad hoc arbitration procedures and relevant provisions of the English Arbitration Act 1996 and the US Federal Arbitration Act.

Practical Law Arbitration, based on an original by Linklaters LLP


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