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International arbitration - New French arbitration law reflects a boldly liberal approach | Norton Rose Fulbright

International arbitration - New French arbitration law reflects a boldly liberal approach

February 2011

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France’s position as one of the most liberal arbitration regimes in the world will be reinforced when its overhaul of the French Arbitration Act comes into effect on 1 May 2011. The Act, which codifies case law, also introduces some remarkable innovations, most of which are aimed at speeding up enforcement of arbitral awards.

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