This article explores the complimentary nature between the burgeoning private aerospace industry and international arbitration, as well as detailing how it could be advantageous to resolve these aerospace disputes in California. Part II outlines the new space race. It begins with the Ansari XPrize and follows some of the industry’s most significant developments. Part III explores the benefits of arbitration and how the characteristics of international arbitral proceedings cater to the common concerns of aerospace companies. Part IV catalogues the initiatives arbitral institutions have taken to customize an arbitration for aerospace disputes. This article argues that a specialized institution could be useful in the future. Part V discusses why California might be the best place in the world to resolve aerospace disputes.
Carson W. Bennett,
Houston, We Have an Arbitration: International Arbitration’s Role in Resolving Commercial Aerospace Disputes,
19 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J.
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