In arbitration proceedings, parties generally have a more restricted right to obtain documents and other information. Nations regulate arbitration by a large number of laws. The main law applicable to arbitration is usually included either in the national law on private international law (as in Switzerland) or in a separate law on arbitration (as in England, the Republic of Korea and Jordan). In addition, a number of national procedural laws may also include provisions on arbitration. The second factor was the impact of the choice of Brazilian law as the law governing the arbitration agreement; That is, it could not be implemented without the agreement of both parties. It was asserted that if Brazilian law applied to the arbitration agreement, it would only be applicable with the agreement of both parties, and the judge stated that “the risk is at least serious that an election of Brazilian law would significantly undermine this agreement”. There was no indication that the parties wished to conclude such a unilateral agreement. On this basis, the applicable Brazilian legislation could not be implicit and the issue then turned to the law with the “closest and most real connection”. Any position can be unfair; Where a person is compelled to sign a contract and the contract contains an arbitration clause very favourable to the other party, the dispute may nevertheless be referred to that arbitral tribunal.
[Citation required] Conversely, a court may be satisfied that the arbitration agreement itself is void after being signed under duress. However, most courts will be reluctant to intervene in the general rule that allows for commercial opportunity; any other solution (in which one first had to go to court to decide whether to go to arbitration) would be self-destructive. One-shot players in consumer contract disputes are often at a disadvantage in arbitration proceedings, as they may lack the experience and resources needed for a strong case. For example, if you are in conflict with your mobile phone company over a late payment, you could be the outsider in any subsequent arbitration proceeding. But what if an arbitration agreement is part of an important contract such as an employment contract? Should you sign it? The parties are free to adapt the clause to their particular circumstances. For example, they may wish to determine the number of arbitrators, given that the ICC Arbitration Rules contain a presumption in favour of a single arbitrator. It may also be desirable for them to determine the place and language of the arbitration and the law applicable to the case. . . .