The Queen Mary University International Arbitration School in London has launched the ninth edition of its industry survey in partnership with the Pinsent Masons LLP firm. The institution invites the global arbitration community to answer the study on: https://survey.opinio.net/s?s=23270, until July 26. It takes about 10 to 20 minutes.
This year’s survey will focus on efficiency in resolving international construction disputes. These are procedures related to the energy and infrastructure sectors, in which one or more parties are headquartered in different jurisdictions.
The purposes of the work are:
• Identifying the causes and nature of disputes
• Evaluating the use and effectiveness of the use of pre-arbitration dispute settlement procedures
• Identifying causes of inefficiency
• Identifying efficiency improvements
• Understanding challenges
The Queen Mary University International Arbitration School was established over 30 years ago and is a center of excellence in education and research. The Pinsent Masons LLP firm has already been named one of the most innovative in Europe by the Financial Times and has 25 branches on all five continents.