Matthew Draper and Corinne Atton contributed to the 2022 edition of Lexology's Getting the Deal Through guide to Arbitration.
Draper & Draper's chapter contains local insight into U.S. arbitration law and institutions, providing essential “need to know” answers to the arbitration issues and questions facing corporations and counsel. It covers the legal framework applicable at all stages of the arbitral process, from the interpretation and enforcement of arbitral agreements, to arbitral proceedings, the regulation of arbitrators, and the enforcement of arbitration awards.
The guide enables a side-by-side comparison of local insights on arbitration in various jurisdictions, including on matters such as applicable laws, prominent arbitration institutions, constitution of the tribunal, jurisdictional matters, competence of arbitral tribunals and arbitral proceedings. The full chapter is available for download below.
Matthew is ranked by Chambers & Partners 2022 Global Guide and Who's Who Legal as international arbitrator and counsel. He litigates the enforcement of arbitration agreements and awards in U.S. courts, and provides expert legal opinions to foreign courts on U.S. arbitration law. He was the co-Chair of New York Arbitration Week 2021, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Vice Chair of its New York Branch. He also serves as Chair of the USCIB/ICC USA Arbitration Committee's Sole Practitioner's Group.
Corinne acts as counsel in international arbitration. Her practice focuses on technology and natural resource disputes, transboundary water disputes, and climate change. She is a co-founder of the Climate IP Initiative and has extensive advocacy and trial experience, including before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Federal District Courts, New York State Courts, and before the Court of Appeal and Chancery Division of the High Court of England and Wales.
For a PDF copy of the 2022 Arbitration's USA Chapter, click below.
For more information, contact Matthew Draper.