New York, a Great International City

New York is one of the world’s great centers for finance, commerce, culture, art and tourism. As a result, New York also is a great place to hold your arbitration and a wonderful place to spend time while doing so.


New York is a travel destination for people around the globe. It has a broad range of excellent hotels. It is one of the culinary capitals of the world; excellent restaurants abound and offer diverse cuisine from around the world. And between its tourist attractions and cultural offerings, New York has an endless  supply of activities.

Lincoln Center

©Iñaki Vinaixa

New York’s status as a cultural capital of the world is based, in part, on the wealth of museums and art galleries that afford every visitor the opportunity to revel in a wide array of works from all over the world. There are more than 170 museums and over 1,000 art galleries. New York theaters—there are almost 600 on, off, and off-off Broadway theaters—are world famous. Add to that its musical and other entertainment options, and it is clear that New York has an endless array of cultural activities.

Liberty and Sailboat

New York, one of the largest cities in the English speaking world, is also one of the most diverse international cities, home to people from a multitude of different nationalities. As many as 800 languages are spoken in New York, making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world. That English has become the world’s commercial language and interpreters are readily available for a number of the other several hundred languages spoken here are further advantages to picking New York as the place for your arbitration.