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Is London still the global hub for arbitration?

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Can the young pretenders steal our crown?

Increasingly parties are choosing and being encouraged to arbitrate rather than litigate. London has long been heralded as the global hub for arbitration, and even despite Brexit, continues to maintain that position. Other jurisdictions, like Singapore and Paris, are jousting to knock us off the top spot. Is our eminence justified? How can we ward off the competitors?

In this interview four eminent arbitration lawyers, including our very own Hendrik Puschmann, share their views.

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Please note this content was originally published in the City Solicitor Magazine issue 121 - see here.


This publication is a general summary of the law. It should not replace legal advice tailored to your specific circumstances.

© Farrer & Co LLP, October 2023

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Hendrik Puschmann

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Hendrik is co-head of Farrer & Co's Arbitration group. Hendrik represents entrepreneurs, family offices, companies and governments in a wide variety of arbitrations, and also in proceedings before the English courts.

Hendrik is co-head of Farrer & Co's Arbitration group. Hendrik represents entrepreneurs, family offices, companies and governments in a wide variety of arbitrations, and also in proceedings before the English courts.

Email Hendrik +44 (0)20 3375 7668

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