International Litigation

CPLR 7502(c): An Underused Weapon

, New York Law Journal

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In their International Litigation column, Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky write that Section 7502(c) of the CPLR authorizes provisional remedies in aid of arbitration. It can be used in aid of arbitrations that take place both in and outside of New York, thus making the statute broader than its sister statute governing attachments in aid of litigation. Perhaps the most interesting question about the statute is how come it is not used more?

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