Articles From Kristen E. Hudson

Navigating the International Waters of a Commercial Dispute: What Law Will Apply to a Commercial Dispute in Arbitration? By Kristen E. Hudson & Micaela L. Glass Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2021 This is the first installment in a series of articles exploring international arbitration policy and procedure.
Nonsignatory to International Arbitration Agreement May Be Allowed to Compel Arbitration By Kristen E. Hudson & Luis A. Hille International and Immigration Law, February 2021 In GE Energy v. Outokumpu, the U.S. Court held that a nonsignatory to a written agreement containing an arbitration clause may avail itself of state law doctrines to compel arbitration where a signatory to the written agreement must rely on the terms of that agreement in asserting claims against the nonsignatory.
Nonsignatory to International Arbitration Agreement May Be Allowed to Compel Arbitration By Kristen E. Hudson & Luis A. Hille Alternative Dispute Resolution, January 2021 In GE Energy v. Outokumpu, the U.S. Court held that a nonsignatory to a written agreement containing an arbitration clause may avail itself of state law doctrines to compel arbitration where a signatory to the written agreement must rely on the terms of that agreement in asserting claims against the nonsignatory.
Teaching Advocacy in Arbitration on the International Stage By Kristen E. Hudson International and Immigration Law, November 2019 An overview of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.
Teaching Advocacy in Arbitration on the International Stage By Kristen E. Hudson Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2019 An overview of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.

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