International Commercial Arbitration – Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Revisited
Mickus, Pranas Mykolas
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International commercial arbitration is becoming increasingly convoluted, and hence requires a certain degree of uniformity in order to achieve true international applicability. As a result of this complexity, after arbitration proceedings finish both the national courts of the seat of arbitration and the national courts of enforcing jurisdiction are caught in the dilemma of how to interact with each other, as well as with the arbitral awards produced by arbitral tribunals. This article assesses this phenomenon critically in order to weight current developments in arbitration against the normative structure of arbitration as they were originally intended.
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