Michael Kern is co-author of the latest LexisNexis Practitioner's Handbook on Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
In his contribution, Michael outlines all aspects of conflict-of-laws in arbitration – ranging from the applicable law(s) to the arbitration agreement, the arbitral procedure, subjective/objective arbitrability, ordre public, applicable substantive law(s), as well as conflict-of-laws in the context of third-party funding agreements and codes of professional conduct.
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