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When an arbitration case occurs in the U.S. or when the party against whom an award is rendered has assets in the U.S., the U.S. is the venue for judicial enforcement proceedings. As a result, there is a growing body of law relating to the procedures and substantive issues that arise when U.S. courts are asked to confirm or set aside U.S. or international arbitral awards. This new book provides a comprehensive guide to the process of confirming or setting aside arbitral awards in the U.S.