Rue Britannia: why English law is a poor choice for international arbitration

Tuesday, 1 April 2014 (8 months ago) Issue: Volume 9 - Issue 2

English law is frequently chosen to govern cross-border contracts but is singularly ill-suited to international arbitration, argue Paul Cohen of Perkins Coie and Gabrielle Farina of Thompson & Knight in New York.

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