Arent Fox Contributes to the Delos Guide to Arbitration Places

LOS ANGELES – Arent Fox LLP International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution Partners Lee M. Caplan and Jeffrey R. Makin and Associates Diane Roldan and Karen Van Essen authored the California Contribution to the Delos Guide to Arbitration Places, which is now available online.

The GAP is a practical look at arbitration in jurisdictions around the World, and it is designed to be a resource for in-house counsel, corporate lawyers, and arbitration practitioners so they can easily access a contemporary set of best practices across the globe.

“Delos is a prize-winning, innovative authority in dispute resolution, and we are excited to work with Delos to provide an effective, useful guide to resolving disputes across the globe,” said Mr. Makin. “Delos has delivered quality, flexibility, and cost efficiencies to the startup community and small to medium sized enterprises, and the GAP continues in that tradition.”

The GAP includes tips for negotiating the choice of arbitral seats and conducting arbitral proceedings, and a checklist of idiosyncrasies for arbitration practitioners. The guide has been published online and is freely accessible here.

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About Arent Fox
Arent Fox is a “go to” firm in the area of international arbitration for its work representing foreign sovereigns, contracting parties, and investors in cross-border disputes. Our lawyers advise clients on state-to-state disputes, investor-state arbitration, and international commercial arbitration involving bilateral investment treaties, free trade agreements, multilateral and regional regimes, and private contracts. The firm regularly conducts arbitrations across major industries, including energy, reinsurance, agriculture, intellectual property, telecommunications, and infrastructure.

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