A Global Pandemic and Shifts in Transnational Arbitration
The recent global health crisis has catalysed transformations in all sectors of life, including global arbitration practice. This has included recent acceleration toward online hearings, virtual symposia via electronic platforms and online moots. A chapter in Peer Zumbansen’s forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Transnational Law suggests a growing recognition that the traditional territorialist theory is limited in its ability to deal with intensifying cross-border
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