International arbitration and the role of in-house counsel

Cost is one of the most common complaints about international arbitration – but in-house counsel have a central role to play in keeping costs under control, provided they know what is coming. Philippe Cavalieros, former in-house counsel with Renault and now a partner at Winston & Strawn LLP in Paris, and Joe Tirado, a partner in the firm’s London office, explain how

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