Ken Reisenfeld Article Summarizes Changes to Arbitration Rules

Articles / June 4, 2019

Partner Ken Reisenfeld co-authored an article published in the Spring 2019 edition of Dispute Resolution Lawyer. The article, “The Future is Now: New 2019 CPR Arbitration Rules Incorporate Best Practices for Fast and Efficient Administered Arbitrations,” summarizes the most important changes to the 2013 CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration and the 2014 CPR Rules for Administered Arbitration of International Disputes that the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) is adopting.

While CPR may be best known for its rules for non-administered or ad hoc arbitration, CPR began offering administered arbitration services five years ago. The just-released 2019 administered arbitration rules not only incorporate innovations from the 2018 non-administered arbitration rules, but also feature best practices from arbitral institutions and case developments around the world.

Read the article.