1 The attractiveness of Germany as a venue for commercial arbitration (Commercial Arbitration, International) has been growing steadily for a long time. Today, Germany is recognized as a top-tier market for international arbitration in Europe (Grimm and others, 2020, 17). While this has not always been the case (according to the draft of the new German arbitration laws in 1996, it is held that Germany as a seat for arbitration is ‘hardly worth mentioning’ (BT-Drucks 13/5274, 1997, 23); and scepticism about Germany’s role still remains today (Kröll, 2018, 5)), this...
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