Binding a Non-Signatory to an Arbitration Agreement under Chinese and Swiss Laws (I)

Dec 10, 2021
Luka Groselj of Schellenberg Wittmer and Runyang Liu of Zhong Lun Law Firm compare the legal principles and exceptions to the extension of arbitration agreements to non-signatories under Chinese and Swiss legal frameworks including succession, transfer, performance, guarantee, and subrogation and when the non-signatory may be bound by arbitration agreements

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