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This study focuses on the consequences of assignments of rights on arbitration agreements. The potential application of the arbitration agreement between the assignee and the obligor is thoroughly analysed at a comparative law level (Austria, Belgium, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States).
The author, attorney-at-law and scholar in the field of international arbitration, was awarded the Alfred E. von Overbeck Prize by the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law (ISDC) in March 2008 for the high quality of the manuscript of this study, even before publication. Indeed, this precious contribution not only helps properly understanding assignment issues situated at the crossroads between substantive and procedural law, but also develops appropriate solutions, i.e., both commercially and legally viable.