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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

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S.I. Strong

Those who are interested in the issues raised by Stolt-Nielsen may wish to take a look at “The Sounds of Silence: Are U.S. Arbitrators Creating Internationally Enforceable Awards When Ordering Class Arbitration in Cases of Contractual Silence or Ambiguity?” which will be published in July 2009 in volume 30 of the Michigan Journal of International Law.

S.I. Strong
Professor of Law
University of Missouri

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