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Fifth Circuit affirms dismissal of damages claims against arbitrators and the American Arbitration Association; holds that the sole basis for attacking an arbitration award is under the Federal Arbitration Act

USA - July 23 2020 Texas Brine Co. LLC (“Plaintiff”) sued the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) and two allegedly compromised arbitrators, Anthony M. DiLeo and...

Maria Piontkovska.

Florida state appellate court rules on issue of arbitrability

USA - July 6 2020 In Doe v. Natt, No. 2D19-1383 (Fla. 2d DCA Mar. 25, 2020) click for opinion, a Texas couple, referred to as John and Jane Doe, filed suit against...

Cristina Villarroel.

International: Open for business? International Arbitration in the COVID-19 era and beyond

Global - May 1 2020 Covid-19 has disrupted court proceedings and to a lesser extent arbitration proceedings....

Eugenie Rogers, Glenn Gibson, Brendan D. Cook, Kyle Richard Olson, Christina Doria.

Preserve, Protect and Defend: Global Nationalization Risk

Global - April 1 2020 The extent of governmental involvement in their national economies goes to the very heart of political and economic debates that have raged since...

Dogan Gultutan, Richard Molesworth, Derek A. Soller, Laura R. Zimmerman, Luis E. Dates, Andrew Moody, Eugenie Rogers, Claudia Benavides Galvis, Andi Y. Kadir, John Bell, Jorge Valencia, Andrew Mackenzie, Jackie Lafleur, Natalia Mori, Oliver Pendred, James Smith, María del Carmen Tovar, Edward E. Poulton, Sarah West, Joanna Ludlam, Richard Allen, Ekaterina Finkel, Joachim (Jo) Delaney.

USMCA Restricts Access to International Arbitration

USA, Mexico, Canada, Global - February 13 2020 The investment chapter of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement ("USMCA")1 restricts access to international arbitration for most U.S...

Kirsty H. Wilson, Emily R. Carlisle, Francisco Franco, Hugo Dubovoy, Melanie Howard, Duffy Lorenz, David Zaslowsky.