March 28, 2019 - The article, "Who, as Between Courts and Arbitrators, Should Decide Objections to Arbitrability?," by John Fellas, was published in the New York Law Journal.

In his International Arbitration column, John Fellas discusses the decision in ‘Schein v. Archer and White’, in which the U.S. Supreme Court addressed a narrow aspect of a perennial question that arises in arbitration: Who, as between courts and arbitrators, should resolve objections to arbitrability made at the outset of an arbitration proceeding?

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