“What law governs your arbitration clause? You decide.”

In this article available through JD Supra, Victoria Clark of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner posits as follows:

The governing law of an arbitration clause is important because it is law that is applied to determine any disputes over the validity, scope or interpretation of the agreement to arbitrate.   For example, if there is a dispute as to whether a particular claim falls within the scope of an arbitration clause, that dispute will be resolved by applying the law governing the arbitration agreement.

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