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  • Author: Jacqueline Chaplin

New LCIA Report highlights movement towards cheaper and faster proceedings

18 October 2017 Jacqueline Chaplin, Europe


A recent London Court of International Arbitration (“LCIA”) report (the “Report”) suggests that LCIA arbitration costs are generally less than arbitration costs at other institutions at all levels of dispute (for the purposes of the Report, arbitration costs means tribunal fees and administrative charges). The cost savings offered by the LCIA may be explained by its commitment to time efficiency and its use of hourly rates to calculate most of its costs.

The Report analyses the cost and duration of all 224 cases administered under the LCIA Arbitration Rules that had reached a final award between 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2016.

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