Edward G. Kehoe, Jessica Beess und ChrostinFrom: International Commercial Arbitration in New York (2nd Edition)
Edited By: James H. Carter, John Fellas
This chapter provides an overview of relevant administrative and logistical considerations for parties and counsel arbitrating an international dispute in New York City. These are analyzed under federal and New York state law as well as the arbitration rules of the major arbitration centers with offices in New York City. It briefly outlines the rules applicable to the appointment of arbitral tribunals for international commercial arbitrations seated in New York. The chapter then identifies the persons qualified to participate in these arbitrations, and discusses other procedural minutiae relevant to arbitrations proceeding. Moreover, as New York City is a prime business and holiday destination, the chapter lists myriad facilities and services for participants to make use of, in order to further streamline the arbitration process.