4 Mistakes To Avoid When Drafting Int'l Arbitration Clauses

Law360, New York (December 5, 2017, 8:51 PM EST) -- Drafting a watertight arbitration clause may not be a top priority for lawyers scrambling to put together a multimillion-dollar merger or infrastructure project, but failing to do so can cause numerous headaches down the road.

Parties typically choose arbitration to avoid the lengthy proceedings often associated with court litigation. But those who fail to give enough thought to an important consideration like the seat, or physical location of an arbitration, or are too picky about arbitrators' qualifications, may queue up challenges and court proceedings that could...
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