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Recent Cases Shed Light on Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Awards

The Legal Intelligencer | January 10, 2019
By: Thomas Fiddler, Caitlin Danis and Eric Porter

Notwithstanding certain burgeoning nationalist sentiments and brewing international trade wars, ours is a global economy that depends on the rule of law to function efficiently. For international trade to take place, both parties must have confidence in the ability to enforce contracts. And frequently the enforcement of international contracts involves the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.

Tom Fiddler and Eric Porter discuss current trends in international arbitration in their article Recent Cases Shed Light on Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Awards.

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