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US Supreme Court Rules that State-Law Principles Allowing a Nonsignatory to Enforce an Arbitration Provision Against a Signatory May Be Applied to International Contracts

In cases involving contracts between US companies, courts frequently allow a nonsignatory to a contract to enforce an arbitration provision in the contract against a signatory, when the signatory to the contract relies on the terms of that agreement in asserting its claims against the nonsignatory