New York has hosted more international arbitrations over the last several years than ever before. What are some of the reasons for this change? One factor contributing to this change is an increase in cross-border transactions involving middle-market, American companies, as well as large multinationals and classic trading and import companies, with foreign counter parties. As a result, there has been an overall increase in international arbitrations arising out of or relating to these transactions. (As published in Practical Law Arbitration.)
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