Just two decades ago, international arbitration was an area of law concerning only large corporations in select cities, such as New York or Paris. Now Miami, a gateway to Latin America, is also on that list with a variety of options to start the process of international arbitration.
International Litigation and Arbitration Partner Adolfo Jimenez said one of the main advantages of this is that any final decision reached by the alternative method of dispute resolution is recognized in more than 300 nations that support international arbitration.
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