Strategy is the key ingredient in any dispute resolution. Arbitral Tribunals only make decisions on what is put before them and in the way it is put before them. The process is adversarial. The parties, with their expert representatives, control what is put before the Arbitrators and how. Strategy makes a difference.
Strategy requires a rapid assessment of the best the client can achieve and how best to achieve that outcome, with the least cost and delay. The implementation of an overall strategy, in turn requires a myriad of strategic decisions along the way.