Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards Against Foreign Corporations Registered to Do Business in NY

, New York Law Journal

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Henry Weisburg, Christopher Ryan and Daniel Purisch of Shearman & Sterling discuss the Second Circuit's 2016 decision in 'Brown v. Lockheed Martin', which provides guidance as to how the principles established in 'Daimler' should be applied to business registration statutes and illustrates why New York courts should not be able to exercise personal jurisdiction over an award debtor solely on the basis of business registration.

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