Your international deal is only as good as the mechanism by which you can legally enforce it. Because of the New York Convention of 1958, cross-border transactions that are subject to international arbitration clauses are more readily enforceable than those subject to domestic court provisions. Largely for that reason, international arbitration has become the primary mechanism by which disputes arising from cross-border transactions are resolved.
Join Stephen Anway, a partner at Squire Patton Boggs and the 2014 Client Choice Award winner for arbitration in New York, as he teaches the three major phases of international commercial arbitration in this multi-part curriculum. In Part 1 of the curriculum, Mr. Anway provides an introduction to international commercial arbitration and analyzes the question of “who decides”—the court or the arbitrators—threshold issues in international arbitration. In Part 2, Mr. Anway reviews focal points in the international arbitral process, from the organization of the proceedings to issues concerning document production and the lex arbitri. In Part 3, Mr. Anway discusses judicial control over international arbitral awards, including setting aside and recognition and enforcement of awards.
Through this multi-part International Arbitration Law CLE curriculum, the audience will gain an in-depth understanding of the international arbitration process from beginning to end and understand why international arbitration is a crucially-important subject for any lawyer advising clients on cross-border transactions.
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