The Practical Aspects of English Law Governed International Arbitrations
Despite Brexit, England remains the preferred forum for arbitration, usually being a predominant choice in cross-border contracts, even when the governing law of the contract has no relation to the country. According to the LCIA’s 2019 Annual Casework Report, England is the most frequently chosen arbitral seat (89%) and English law remains the most frequently chosen law, governing 81% of arbitrations administered pursuant to LCIA Rules.
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