Seminar Paper – Affordable Arbitration and the Arbitration Act 1996 (February 2003, Richard Gray QC and Bruce Brodie)

Seminar Paper – Affordable Arbitration and the Arbitration Act 1996 (February 2003, Richard Gray QC and Bruce Brodie)


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This paper was orginally presented at 39 Essex Street in February 2003.

  • Is arbitration today perceived as too expensive and too rigid?
  • Are the competing forms of ADR a threat to arbitration?
  • Are the CPR a threat to arbitration?
  • What has the Arbitration Act 1996 done (if anything) to confirm the process of arbitration as value for money?
  • Party autonomy and what can the parties and their advisers do to contain cost?
  • Is value for money in fact an important factor in opting for arbitration?

 


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