Commercial Division Update

The Evolving Standards for Provisional Remedies in Aid of Arbitration

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In their Commercial Division Update, George Bundy Smith and Thomas J. Hall write: When a claimant commences arbitration, an initial focus may be to ensure that the arbitral award ultimately will be enforceable. CPLR §7502(c) provides an arbitral party the means of achieving this, petitioning the court for preliminary injunctions or orders of attachment in aid of arbitration. Despite the relative paucity of recent cases, there has been a recent shift as to how some applications under §7502(c) are resolved.

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