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Arbitration World 36th Edition - Arbitrability in the United States: To Decide or Not to Decide, That Is the Question

A HUB Talks Podcast

Date: 10 July 2018

In this episode of the Arbitration World podcast series Carolyn Branthoover and Max Gelernter from the K&L Gates Pittsburgh office review the approach in the United States to the question of who gets to decide the gateway issue of arbitrability — the arbitral tribunal or the court? Our speakers discuss the split in the circuits in the United States with regard to the issue and the implications when it comes to drafting an arbitration agreement. The full article can be accessed in Arbitration World’s 36th Edition, which you will find in the download materials for this podcast.

About Arbitration World
The Arbitration World podcast has been created created as a supplement to K&L Gates’ long standing publication Arbitration World and will provide access to Arbitration World content and other standalone arbitration related content. It is part of the HUB Talks podcast which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.

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