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Second Circuit Review: Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards Against Alleged Alter-Egos

March 30, 2017 download PDF

Litigation partners Martin Flumenbaum and Brad Karp’s latest Second Circuit Review column, “Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards Against Alleged Alter-Egos,” was published March 29 in the New York Law Journal. The authors review a recent decision where the court clarified the procedure that applies to enforcement proceedings of the Federal Arbitration Act against named award-debtors, but failed to address the procedure when an award-creditor seeks to enforce a foreign arbitral award against an alleged alter-ego not named on the award. Law clerk Stephen Speirs assisted in the preparation of this article.

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