Will ‘contract sanctions’ harm London as a seat?

Richard Woolley Thursday, 13 March 2014 (over 2 years ago)

The UK government has been seeking comments on a proposal to prevent contracts between companies and countries that are the target of international sanctions from being enforced in national courts. But arbitration practitioners warn that the measures would risk undermining London’s appeal as a disputes hub.

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