How Arbitration Works in Your Own Country, Enforcement of a Foreign Award and the New York Convention

Welcome to the fourth Report of the ABL’s Young Lawyer’s Group.
The Group was formed in 2015 to enable young lawyers in ABL member firms to develop and work alongside the senior members of ABL and to contribute towards the continued success of ABL.

The topic of  “How arbitration works in your own country, enforcement of a foreign award and the New York Convention” is of particular interest and was chosen as the Group’s third Report given the international work that member firms are involved with.
The Report draws attention upon the arbitration rules in each country mentioned in this Report and contains the procedures for the enforcement of a foreign award and a particular reference to the New York Convention.

Click here to read the Report.