Cross-border transactions are increasingly commonplace. Because of the volume of transactions between parties of different countries, it is incumbent upon counsel to be familiar with various ways to handle possible disputes arising from these agreements. Part of this preparation is to choose an appropriate dispute resolution method. This essay reviews the principal mechanisms for resolving international commercial disputes and the advantages and disadvantages of each. It discusses arbitration, mediation, litigation, and the relative strengths and drawbacks of each.
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