Expert Q&A on International Arbitration in New York

March 20, 2015

London and Paris traditionally have been the preeminent forums for complex international arbitration, with foreign parties routinely resisting efforts to arbitrate in the US. In recent years, however, New York has emerged as an increasingly popular venue for the resolution of cross-border disputes. Practical Law asked Richard L. Mattiaccio of Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP to discuss this trend and the reasons behind New York’s growing status as a global center for international arbitration.
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