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Lawyers welcome plans to boost arbitration laws to secure London’s status as leading disputes hub

David Vaughan quoted in City A.M on the Law Commission’s plans to amend the Arbitration Act 1996.

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The article stated that lawyers have welcomed the Law Commission’s plans to amend the Arbitration Act 1996 with a view to strengthening the UK’s position as a “leading destination” for commercial disputes.

The Law Commission’s plans aim to boost the cost savings, efficiency, and confidentiality benefits arbitration has over litigation, by strengthening the powers of arbitration tribunals and streamlining the dispute resolution process.

David Vaughan said the reforms could help London regain its “historical” position as “the most popular place for international arbitrations.”

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