Enforcing International Arbitration Clauses in Bankruptcy Proceedings

International Law Office

In his article for the International Law Office, James P. Wehner discusses international arbitration and U.S. bankruptcy proceedings.  For decades, international arbitration enjoyed enhanced standing in US bankruptcy proceedings, while domestic arbitration was subjected to a different analysis. More recently, bankruptcy courts have treated international and domestic arbitration clauses equally. Both are enforced by US bankruptcy courts for peripheral disputes, but not for disputes central to the bankruptcy. For the complete article, please visit International Law Office's website.


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