The Note argues that the U.S. law of the availability of interim relief in international arbitration situations should be uniform. It states that the best resolution to the current conflict over the availability of interim relief at the federal and state levels is to amend both the Arbitration Act and state laws governing international arbitrations to provide expressly for the availability of interim relief from a court.
William P. Mills, III,
State International Arbitration Statutes and the U.S. Arbitration Act: Unifying the Availability of Interim Relief,
13 Fordham Int'l L.J. 604
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