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Arbitration & ADR

14 June 2018
Neil Q Miller Enforcement proceedings against state entities – from one end to another

International - Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

In most jurisdictions, when it comes to enforcing an arbitral award against a non-paying or recalcitrant state or a state-owned entity, the road can be long and full of obstacles. Enforcing parties should be mindful of the jurisdiction-specific nuances of enforcing awards in different countries, as well as the tactics commonly used by recalcitrant parties to obstruct or delay enforcement.

Author: Neil Q Miller
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