International Arbitration

Jurisdictional Obstacles and Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards

, New York Law Journal

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In his International Arbitration column, John Fellas writes: Given the differences in the treatment by New York courts of foreign arbitral awards and foreign judgments when it comes to the applicability of jurisdictional defenses, a question arises: Is it possible to avoid the jurisdictional obstacles to the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards by seeking to enforce not the arbitration award itself, but rather the foreign judgment confirming that award? A recent case affirms that this is indeed possible.

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Originally appeared in print as Avoiding the Jurisdictional Obstacles to Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards

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