Fulbright & Jaworksi have just published their most recent Litigation Trends Survey Report. Fulbright & Jaworski have, since 2004, conducted between 300 and 400 interviews with in-house counsel in the United States and Europe. In this year’s report, they look back on eight years of data “on attitudes and strategies in relation to international arbitrations”.
When I read through the report, I thought it might be interesting to compare both the scope and design and the main findings of the survey with similar studies, such as Queen Mary’s School of International Arbitration’s 2010 survey Choices in International Arbitration and International Arbitration: Corporate Attitudes and Practices, published jointly with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in 2008, PWC’s German 2007 survey on Commercial Dispute Resolution, or my firm’s 2009 International Dispute Resolution Survey.
So in a first step, I would be grateful if you could let me know of similar surveys so that they can be included in the survey of surveys.