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Jennifer Haywood writes for the Solicitors’ Journal

The Law Commission recently published a second consultation paper on three areas of potential reform to the Arbitration Act 1996.

In a recent publication for the Solicitors' Journal, Serle Courts, Jennifer Haywood looks at the Commission's proposed reforms to the proper law of the arbitration agreement (an area not covered in its first consultation paper) and some drafting points.

Jennifer is a fellow of CIArb and has experience of arbitrating domestic and interna­tional disputes in sectors including media, pharmaceuticals, professional services, property and finance.  She has been appointed as sole arbitrator, co-arbitrator and chair, and she now practises full-time as an arbitrator and mediator.  She is able to draw on her background in life science and her experience as counsel, particularly her experience of disputes between members of partner­ships/LLPs, companies and joint ventures; trusts disputes; and contrac­tual disputes, especially those involving allegations of fraud and/or breach of fiduciary duty and/or breach of a duty of good faith.

Jennifer's article can be found here