PI arbitration a viable alternative to litigation in Scotland
Personal injury arbitration may become a viable alternative to litigation in the Scottish courts, according to Clyde & Co.
The law firm noted that although arbitration has long been an option in Scotland, it has in the past been viewed as a slow,
expensive process, to the extent that it was rarely used. The Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 sought to change that, bringing
procedures more in line with England.
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