International Arbitration

Can Arbitrators Award Third-Party Funding Costs in International Arbitration?

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In his International Arbitration column, John Fellas writes: The growth of third-party funding has raised certain novel issues in international arbitration. These issues relate to the disclosure obligations of arbitrators who may have some connection to a funder, the impact of the use of third-party funding on the attorney-client privilege, and the award of costs. This article will focus on costs.

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