The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements

Publication October 1, 2015

Some observers say that the pro-arbitration trend in international commercial transactions could shift in favor of litigation as a result of the coming into force last year of a treaty that makes it easier to enforce choice-of-court agreements (or 'forum selection clauses') and foreign court judgements. The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements aims to create a system of recognition of court decisions with the same level of predictability and enforceability as arbitral awards under the New York Convention.

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