The success of a national or an international arbitration depends heavily on the mechanisms established by domestic laws. Through an appropriate regulation, courts may improve or limit the benefits of arbitration. The reforms to the Mexican Arbitration Law in 2011 and analyzed in this article provide a higher degree of certainty and efficiency to judicial intervention in arbitral proceedings. Whilst there has been an importante progress, there are certain provisions that must be carefully evaluated by litigatiors and arbitral tribunals in order to obtain positive results and avoid certain risks.
Reformas a la Ley Mexicana de Arbitraje en Materia de Intervención Judicial