Justice Quentin Loh – The Limits of Arbitration

Justice Quentin Loh – The Limits of Arbitration

The arbitration landscape has changed significantly over the last few years. Fault lines have emerged, including the rising cost of arbitrations, the length of time taken to conclude arbitrations, the concerns over the true impartiality of arbitrators, the dissatisfaction with an unregulated industry, and the growing disconnect with end-users. Focusing on the Singapore experience, this article raises some limitations to arbitration, and in doing so engenders discussion as to how these limitations can be overcome.

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