Caught in the “crossfire”: quantum calculation in international arbitration

One of the primary challenges that arbitral tribunals face is the quantification of damages. In large, complex proceedings, arbitrators are inundated with voluminous expert reports by the parties, each promoting a different valuation of the same claim. Tribunals are left to their own devices when reviewing these reports in an attempt to assess the loss incurred by the alleging party.

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