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Second Circuit confirms: No discovery for private international arbitrations

The Second Circuit confirmed this week that within the circuit, parties may not ask federal courts to order discovery for use in private arbitrations. The Second Circuit's ruling, In re...

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Enforcing a judgment against an alter ego of a foreign sovereign New York Law Journal

A discussion of the specific advice the Third Circuit provided in the Crystallex decision to future judgment holders while also highlighting lingering uncertainties and unique...

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International Commercial Arbitration in New York James H. Carter and John Fellas, co-editors, Oxford University Press

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International Execution against Judgment Debtors - Mexico Chapter Thomson Reuters Westlaw

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Chapter 26 Enforcement of ICSID Awards International Arbitration in the United States. Kluwer Law International

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USA Chapter Arbitration of M&A Transactions: A Practical Global Guide, Second Edition, Globe Law and Business

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In rapidly changing circumstances, look to arbitration for flexible interim relief Emergency Arbitration Alert

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing commercial relationships to change abruptly and drastically. Rapid developments such as supply chain disruptions and counterparty insolvency risk can leave...

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Chapter Publication “Enforcement of ICSID Awards” published in “International Arbitration in the United States,” Wolter’s Kluwer, (2017)

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U.S. federal court upholds a party's right to attach the assets of its opponent in arbitration before final award on the merits

On 1 September 2017, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (the “Fifth Circuit”) revived an attachment order, sought in aid of future arbitration proceedings, that had ...

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