Miriam Harwood, partner and chair of the International Arbitration practice, will participate in "A new era of enforcement" at 10:10 a.m. on Tuesday, September 19. Panelists will discuss the anti-suit injunctions issued by a US district court to prevent Spain from using European litigation to disrupt US enforcement proceedings, as well as the pending case before Supreme Court over the potential use of RICO to enforce arbitral awards. The panel will consider what these developments represent and their potential implications for the enforcement of awards within the United States and elsewhere, addressing questions including:

  • What are the potential implications for how foreign creditors can enforce international arbitral awards in the United States?
  • Will the threat of treble damages under RICO prove an important tool to convince debtors to make payments?
  • What are the counter-currents blocking efforts to enforce?

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