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Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards in the U.S. – Could a Court Abstain Due To “Inconvenience”?

Forum non conveniens is one of several judicial abstention doctrines, applied from time to time by U.S. courts, that permit a court to dismiss (without prejudice) a plenary action in its discretion. In a forum non conveniens...more

U.S. Court Confirms London-Based Arbitral Award Against Belize, Finding Allegedly Partial Arbitrator Did Not Violate U.S. Public...

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The D.C. Circuit recently upheld a district court order confirming a London-based arbitral award against the Belize government over objections that enforcement of that award would violate U.S. public policy regarding the...more

A Primer for Enforcement in the U.S. of Foreign-Issued Arbitration Awards (Courtesy of the Second Circuit)

In CBF Industria de Gusa S/A v. AMCI Holdings, Inc., 2017 U.S. App. LEXIS 3815 (2d Cir. Mar. 2, 2017), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit provides something of a primer regarding enforcement in the United States...more

Second Circuit Clarifies Law on Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards under the New York Convention

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On January 18, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (Second Circuit) issued its decision in CBF Indústría de Gusa S/A v. AMCI Holdings, Inc., a case considering important questions on the...more

SDNY Confirms Arbitration Award Under FAA And The New York Convention Despite Award Being Silent On Tax Liability

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An arbitration award required respondent to pay a series of royalty payments, audit costs and interest, but did not address either party’s tax obligations. Respondent made several payments to petitioner, but withheld 20% from...more

Court Considers Defenses Under Both New York Convention And The FAA In Confirming Domestic Arbitration Award Against Foreign Party

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Immersion Corporation, a U.S. company, had previously entered into a settlement with Sony, a Japanese company, regarding the latter’s alleged patent infringement. Subsequently, a dispute arose surrounding whether Sony was...more

Fifth Circuit Holds that Personal Jurisdiction is Required in New York Convention Recognition Proceedings

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On December 21, 2012, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued its decision in First Investment Corporation of the Marshall Islands v. Fujian Mawei Shipbuilding, Ltd., in which that court addressed, for the...more

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