LCIA's 2020 Rules Play Catch-Up With Venue Rivals

Law360 (September 4, 2020, 2:55 PM EDT) -- In August, the London Court of International Arbitration adopted its new 2020 rules that will apply to every reference to LCIA arbitration starting on Oct. 1. It has been six years since the last revision and the LCIA has taken the opportunity to make changes to many of its procedures, as well as to modernize the feel of the 1998 rules' language.

Technology

There is a distinctly technological flavor to the 2020 rules. Arbitration was already well ahead of litigation in its use of electronic media and this practice has probably been accelerated by the challenges of COVID-19. In many ways,...

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