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Georgia marked ten years of progress in arbitration

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The FINANCIAL — Since the adoption of a model legal framework ten years ago, Georgia has set the precedents and trained the skilled cadre needed to make arbitration a viable means for commercial dispute resolution. The challenge now is to win the confidence of the business sector. These were the conclusions of a discussion organised by the Georgian Association of Arbitrators (GAA) with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the European Union (EU). In adopting its Law on Arbitration in 2010, Georgia followed international best practices. The legislation is based on the Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration,…

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Georgia marked ten years of progress in arbitration

4 mins read

The FINANCIAL — Since the adoption of a model legal framework ten years ago, Georgia has set the precedents and trained the skilled cadre needed to make arbitration a viable means for commercial dispute resolution. The challenge now is to win the confidence of the business sector. These were the conclusions of a discussion organised…