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Law Applicable to Arbitrability: Revisiting the Revisited Lex Fori

@inproceedings{Brekoulakis2009LawAT,
  title={Law Applicable to Arbitrability: Revisiting the Revisited Lex Fori},
  author={Stavros L. Brekoulakis},
  year={2009}
}
The paper examines the issue of what law applies to determine whether a dispute is arbitrable or not, which is a question effectively related to the role and the interests that a State has in arbitration proceedings that take place within its territory. As the relevance of public policy in the arbitrability discussion has been considerably waned in the last decades, the predominance of the lex fori as the law applicable to arbitrability makes less and less sense. The aim of the paper is to… 
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