What is international commercial arbitration?

International commercial arbitration, sometimes referred to as foreign arbitration, is a form of dispute resolution arising out of international commercial transactions conducted across national boundaries that allows the parties to avoid litigation in national courts. International commercial arbitration usually involves at least two commercial parties consenting to engage in either binding or non-binding arbitration over a dispute.

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