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Oct. 15, 2018

International arbitration finally comes to California

New legislation effective January 1, 2019 will lead to the growth of international arbitration in California. Howard Miller, a neutral at JAMS, explains why and how California lawyers and businesses can benefit.

Howard B. Miller, Esq., JAMS mediator and arbitrator

By Howard B. Miller, JAMS mediator and arbitrator

Howard is a mediator and arbitrator at JAMS. He is a past president of the State Bar of California and a
former professor of law at the USC Gould School of Law. He is a founder and co-chair of the California International Arbitration Council.

International arbitration is different. International arbitration is governed by different rules than consumer, employment or domestic business arbitration. The key statuto...

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