Drafting multi-party and multi-contract arbitration clauses

This note provides detailed guidance on drafting arbitration clauses in multi-party and multi-contract cases, and provides some suggested draft clauses that can be used as a basis or starting point for drafting a suitable clause.

Practical Law Arbitration, based on an original by Herbert Smith Freehills LLP


 

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