5 International Arbitration Blind Spots GCs Can't Ignore

Law360, Chicago (March 18, 2016, 2:40 PM EDT) -- As businesses become more international, so do their disputes, which can raise a whole host of new issues for general counsel who are more used to the U.S. court system than international arbitration. Here's what the experts say in-house counsel should watch out for.

Clause Considerations

An arbitration clause may be a standard part of a business contract, but that doesn't mean you should settle for boilerplate provisions. While you may enter into a business relationship or transaction with optimism, disputes do happen, and the clause can seriously hurt or help you depending on how it's written.

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