4 Tips For Keeping Thrifty Arbitration Clients Happy

By Caroline Simson (June 2, 2016, 2:26 PM EDT) -- International arbitration was traditionally touted as a cost-efficient and expeditious way of resolving disputes, but these days the cost of proceedings can quickly spiral out of control unless the parties are careful to keep their clients' bottom line in mind. 

Reducing the costs of arbitration is something that every international arbitration attorney must consider at some point or another, and for good reason — even if you are able to secure successful outcomes for your clients, they're not likely to be pleased to learn that it took six months more than expected and exponentially more in fees.

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