In the last decade there has been a significant increase in the number of international arbitrations involving three or more parties. In the interest of efficiency and consistency, arbitral institutions increasingly have sought to manage and coordinate these multiparty arbitrations. Arbitral institutions have long accepted requests for arbitration that designate multiple claimants and/or respondents in a ‘group’ proceeding. In addition, arbitral institutions increasingly have become receptive to the consolidation of pending disputes, which involves uniting two or...
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