“With this post, we invite you to participate in a survey on ‘Civil Procedure Reforms in Commercial Matters in a Post-Pandemic and Post-Brexit World’. The world of commercial dispute resolution is changing dramatically. New technological developments such as artificial intelligence applications and blockchain, as well as private dispute resolution providers, are challenging the traditional modus operandi and relevance of the courts as the main providers of judicial services. The competitive pressure is felt most acutely in commercial matters where sophisticated actors regularly choose the best procedure/provider to resolve their dispute from a great variety of private and public offerings worldwide …” (more)
Kathrin Eidenmüller, Conor McLaughlin and Horst Eidenmüller, Oxford Business Law Blog, 9 May.