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Arbitration proceedings produce speedy results

Arbitral tribunals proceed under a schedule approved by the parties. Their decisions are final without the opportunity for appeals on questions of fact or law. Arbitral awards can only be set aside in the public court system in the case of grave formal defects or a violation of the basic tenets of law ("ordre public").

But even if arbitration proceedings are often more flexible and speedy than trials before a court, complex cases take time. The parties are, indeed, always entitled to a fair hearing and have the right to be represented by an attorney.