ArbyX® relates to international arbitration, the alternative dispute resolution process between or among transnational parties using independent arbitrators rather than national courts. This growing field of legal practice has generated rising criticism given the anticompetitive impulses of those arbitrators already in the business, the lack of transparency of arbitration as a mechanism to resolve disputes, and the timeliness and cost-efficiency of these processes that, at least originally, were intended to be an efficient alternative to national courts. ArbyX® attempts to coordinate information among arbitral institutions to improve the possibilities of conflict checks, information disclosure and the understanding of decision-making philosophy and techniques of arbitrators.
Project leader: Sergio Puig
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