New York Convention

In a unanimous opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court has decided that a court, not an arbitrator, must decide whether a dispute is subject to arbitration when parties have agreed to

Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Decides That, Where Parties Have Agreed to Two Contracts that Are In Conflict as to Whether a Dispute Between the Parties Is Subject to Arbitration, A Court Must  Decide Which Contract Governs, Not an Arbitrator

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided an issue concerning cases that are subject to arbitration that has divided the federal courts of appeals:  when the claims at issue in a

Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Decides that Federal Courts Should Stay, Rather than Dismiss, Cases that Are Subject to Arbitration, If One Party Requests It

Conflicts of interest are of great interest to law firms, prosecutors, and arbitrators.  In two major international arbitrations, parties are seeking review by the United States Supreme Court of the

Continue Reading Litigants in Two Major International Arbitrations Ask the Supreme Court to Review the Standard for Showing “Evident Partiality” By Arbitrators

Under existing precedent in the 11th Circuit, which includes Florida, federal courts cannot overturn international arbitration awards on the ground that the arbitrators “exceeded their powers,” a frequently invoked

Continue Reading Can An International Arbitration Award Be Vacated When The Seat Of Arbitration Is The US Or US Law Is The Substantive Law? 

The appeals courts for the 3rd, 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th, and D.C. Circuits have ruled that a non-frivolous appeal of

Continue Reading Does An Appeal Of A District Court’s Denial Of A Motion To Compel Arbitration Automatically Stay The Case?

Reversing a district court decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit recently ruled that federal district courts have jurisdiction to enforce a summons issued by arbitrators in

Continue Reading Ninth Circuit Rules that Federal Courts Have Jurisdiction to Enforce SummonsesIssued by Arbitrators in International Arbitrations under the New York Convention

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that, unlike petitions to compel arbitration, petitions to confirm or vacate an arbitration award cannot be brought in federal court simply because the underlying
Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Petitions to Confirm or Vacate Arbitration Awards Cannot Be Brought In Federal Court Simply Because the Underlying Dispute Involves a Federal Question

Sarah Biser and Craig Tractenberg presented a webinar on April 7, 2022 at 12 pm entitled “Challenging and Enforcing Domestic and International Arbitral Awards.”  Contact us at sbiser@foxrothschild.com and/or ctractenberg@foxrothschild.com
Continue Reading Challenging and Enforcing Domestic and International Arbitral Awards

Sarah Biser and Craig Tractenberg will be presenting a webinar on hop topics on international litigation and arbitration on thursday, November 4, 2021 at 12 pm eastern..  You can register
Continue Reading Overview of International Litigation and Arbitration