Traditional law firms only intervene once the conflict has arisen. They also need to subcontract experts or devote an enormous amount of time and resources to study the subject. All this entails an exponential increase in both the time taken and cost.
In an environment in which speeding up processes and saving costs are the biggest concerns for companies, the importance of the intelligent resolution of conflicts is growing throughout the world. As shown in the report "Las empresas ante el arbitraje internacional. Perspectivas sectoriales 2013" (Companies facing international arbitration. Sector perspectives for 2013), published by PwC, 52% of multinational companies prefer to turn to arbitration rather than courts of justice to resolve their disputes.