One of the most important factors of any international arbitration is the location of the seat, or legal place, of arbitration. Paris, London and New York have traditionally been three of the most popular seats for international arbitration. Professor Christophe Seraglini, Damien Nyer, Paul Brumpton, John Templeman and Lucas de Ferrari examine the pros and cons of choosing London, Paris or New York as a seat of international arbitration.
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