International Arbitration Newsletter Q1 2013
This newsletter includes the following articles: ‘Australia High Court settles heated constitutional challenge to international arbitration’; and ‘US court accepts personal jurisdiction defence in New York Convention enforcement proceedings’.
- Australia High Court settles heated constitutional challenge to international arbitration
- US court accepts personal jurisdiction defence in New York Convention enforcement proceedings
- Determining the law of an arbitration agreement: the Sulamérica test in practice
- US Federal Appeals Court upholds class arbitration waiver
- Belgium’s arbitration institution adopts new Arbitration Rules and new Mediation Rules from 1 January 2013
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