LONDON, September 20, 2012 — King & Spalding London-based lawyers Tom Sprange and Tom Childs have co-authored a chapter in the new International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2012.
Sprange and Childs wrote a general chapter entitled “I Know I am Going to Win, but What About my Money? Ensuring that Arbitration is Worth the Effort.” The chapter discusses the courts’ powers in England and New York to issue pre-award freezing orders in support of international arbitration.
The International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration 2012 is published by Global Legal Group and contains several general chapters on key international arbitration issues. The book also includes “question and answer” chapters providing an overview of the law and practice of international arbitration in 48 different jurisdictions.
Sprange is an arbitration partner and solicitor advocate based in London. His practice focuses on significant disputes, many with a multi-jurisdictional emphasis, and he has acted as counsel in over 60 international arbitrations. Childs is a senior associate also based in London. He has more than 10 years of experience advising and representing clients in a wide variety of civil, regulatory and criminal matters.
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