Pepper Hamilton attorneys Albert Bates and R. Zachary Torres-Fowler contributed the United States Construction Arbitration chapter to the Global Arbitration Review (GAR) Know-How series. Launched in 2006, GAR is a leading resource on international arbitration news and community intelligence.
The GAR Know-How series — an online Q&A resource that provides practitioners with guides on various dispute types — invites leading practitioners from key jurisdictions around the globe to answer common questions on topics relevant to international construction arbitration. In the United States Construction Arbitration chapter, Mr. Bates and Mr. Torres-Fowler, summarize the high-level issues commonly raised during international construction arbitrations located in the United States or governed by U.S. laws. The U.S. Construction Arbitration chapter should be a valuable resource for those seeking to better understand the interplay between U.S. laws and international construction arbitration.
Read the full Q&A at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/jurisdiction/1006134/united-states.
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