Drafting Effective Arbitration Agreements for International Transactions
Created on October 05, 2020
This program will review the essential elements of an effective international arbitration agreement or clause, their relationship to the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (1958), and the legal and practical significance of each element. The course, presented by Marc R. Labgold, J.D. and Ph.D., will help attorneys write strong international arbitration agreements that avoid common legal issues when handling international transactions.
This program will benefit in-house counsel, contract attorneys, and attorneys interested in international commercial arbitration.
- Review the relationship between the New York Convention on the Recognition And Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards (1958) and International Arbitration Agreements or Clauses
- Identify the essential elements of an International Commercial Arbitration Agreement or Clause
- Analyze the legal and practical significance of each recommended element
- Use exemplary language for each recommended element
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