This article will discuss the emerging trend of Americanization of international arbitration. As American companies and law firms become more involved in international arbitration, the process has developed to include some of the procedural techniques common to the American courtroom. But other aspects of American litigation are not part of the process. Has this made international arbitration a more effective means of resolving disputes? What should American companies and their lawyers know about the process in order to participate successfully?
George M. von Mehrem and Alana C. Jochum,
Is International Arbitration Becoming Too American?,
2 Global Bus. L. Rev.
available at http://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/gblr/vol2/iss1/6