International Arbitration of Financial Disputes: Key Questions Answered

March 24, 2014

Planning for disputes is a critically important component of managing the risks associated with any contract or transaction. That is particularly so in contracts with an international dimension, which raise important questions as to where, by whom and by which legal rules any disputes arising out of the contract will be resolved. The answers to those questions will have a critical impact on the merits and enforceability of any judgment or award, the cost and speed of resolving any disputes, as well as the legal certainty of the contract itself—and thus the risk that a contract will be performed according to its terms in the first place. Cross-border financial transactions, Master Agreements and swaps and derivatives contracts are no different.

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