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Sunday, January 12, 2014

California's (Lack of?) International Commercial Arbitration

A new paper by Giorgio Sassine, Stockholm University, is entitled “California Must Become More Favorable to International Commercial Arbitration: An Article on Why it Has Not, How it Can Change so that it is, and Why it Should.” 
It argues California should allow foreign lawyers to represent clients in arbitration in California and its failure to do so leads foreign lawyers to draft arbitration clauses that steer arbitration away from California and to places such as New York, Paris, Geneva, or Singapore.

1 comment:

  1. The use of an arbitrator to settle a dispute. News and analysis on international arbitration between foreign investors and their host governments. Thanks for sharing information.Miami business attorney