5 edition of International arbitration and national courts found in the catalog.
|Statement||general editor, Albert Jan van den Berg ; with the assistance of the International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague.|
|Series||ICCA congress series ;, no. 10|
|Contributions||Berg, A. J. van den., Permanent Court of Arbitration. International Bureau., International Council for Commercial Arbitration., International Arbitration Congress (2000 : New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||K2400.A6 I65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2001038205|
INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION CASE LAW (IACL) is a private, not-for-profit academic endeavour which, in partnership with the School of International Arbitration (SIA), Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, aims at disseminating important decisions relevant to legal practitioners and scholars in the field of international arbitration and dispute resolution. Summary of Adjudication: International Arbitral Tribunals and Courts By Richard Bilder This Article Summary written by: Conflict Research Consortium Staff Richard Bilder, "Adjudication: International Arbitral Tribunals and Courts", in Peacemaking in International Conflict: Methods and Techniques, eds. I. William Zartman and J. Lewis Rasmussen, Washington DC: United States Institute of Peace.
It provides in-depth articles on burning issues raised by international sports arbitration, and independent commentaries by esteemed academics and seasoned practitioners on the most important decisions of the CAS (e.g. the Dutee Chand case) and national courts (e.g. the Pechstein and Wilhelmshaven decision rendered by the OLG München and OLG. The Book of Jargon® – International Arbitration is one in a series of practice area and industry-specific glossaries published by Latham & Watkins.. The definitions provide an introduction to each term and may raise complex legal issues on which specific legal advice is required. The terms are also subject to change as applicable laws and customary practice evolve.
International Arbitration Dictionary The international arbitration dictionary provided below defines many of the most commonly-used terms and expressions in international arbitration disputes. As in any specialized field, specific legal terms are frequently encountered in international arbitration, along with often unnecessary jargon. Arbitration’s dependence on private international law manifests itself throughout the life-cycle of arbitration, from the crafting of an enforceable arbitration agreement, through the entire arbitral process, to the time an award comes before a national court for annulment or Author: George A. Bermann.
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Arbitration Advocacy in Changing Times, A. van den Berg () This book includes essays by various practitioners of international arbitration, focusing on topics relevant to arbitration advocacy such as discovery, the use of the media for certain disputes, witness preparation, and the correction and clarification of arbitral awards.
The book’s theme centers on the question of how to bridge the gap between the theory and commercial realities of international arbitration. The authors offer their own innovative and practical recommendations and guidelines for securing mutual respect between international arbitration and national courts.
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Guide to International Arbitration 3 (particularly in the US) therefore refer to arbitration as a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). However, the acronym ADR is more often used to describe non-binding procedures (such as mediation), thereby distinguishing between litigation and arbitration on the one hand, and ADR on the other.
This book examines how the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, commonly known as The New York Convention, has been understood and applied in [insert number] jurisdictions, including virtually all that are leading international arbitration centers.
ItBrand: Springer International Publishing. Get this from a library. International arbitration and national courts: the never ending story.
[A J van den Berg; Permanent Court of Arbitration. International Bureau.; International Council for Commercial Arbitration.;] -- "International Arbitration Conference, New Delhi, March "--Ser. title page. International arbitration is arbitration between companies or individuals in different states, usually by including a provision for future disputes in a contract.
The predominant system of rules is the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, as well as the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of (the "New York Convention"). Transnational discovery is a vitally important part of international litigation.
An increasingly important role has been discovery in the United States of information that can be used in international and foreign tribunals. That discovery has been done through the use of section of the federal judicial code, ti under which US courts have the discretion to permit.
A Practical Guide to International Arbitration offers the reader a practical and direct explanation of international commercial arbitration from alpha to omega, written by three leading practitioners in the book is designed to appeal to lawyers in private practice, as well as to students and newcomers to international arbitration.
International Arbitration in Korea provides a comprehensive introduction to more than arbitral cases and commentaries in Korea and introduces the arbitration community to the jurisprudence and scholarship of this underappreciated but well developed jurisdiction.
The book encompasses all the major current and historical arbitration cases in Korea alongside practical and scholarly commentary. Furthermore, this book is the first to provide detailed and critical analysis of various institutional initiatives in the area of trust arbitration (including measures proposed by the American Arbitration Association, the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, the English Trust Law Committee, and the International Chamber of Commerce Brand: Tony Molloy.
The courts in developed legal systems typically apply a ‘pro-arbitration bias’ in interpreting and applying their national arbitration statutes, and in cases of doubt tend to err on the side of arbitration – to refer disputes to arbitration in close cases, and to uphold arbitral awards.
48 This is consistent with the ‘pro-arbitration. Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler is Professor Emerita of international arbitration of the University of Geneva Law School, where she founded the MIDS program, and is a Visiting Professor at the National University of Singapore, Georgetown University, Sciences Po Paris and Tsinghua Beijing.
She is also a Founding Partner of Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler in Geneva. Since Aprilshe is the President of the. The authors, however, rightly stress that the national courts may only intervene in arbitral proceedings where the law provides so expressly (no.
76). Further new provisions of particular interest concern the default of a party (no. et seq.) and the time limit newly set for an application to set aside the award (no. et seq.).Author: Anne-C. Imhoff. The International Court of Arbitration (ICC) is an institution for the resolution of international commercial disputes.
It operates under the auspices of the International Chamber of Commerce and consists of more than arbitrators from roughly 90 countries. Contrary to what its name suggests, the ICC does not issue formal judgements.
Instead, it provides "judicial supervision of. The authors, however, rightly stress that the national courts may only intervene in arbitral proceedings where the law provides so expressly (no. 76). Further new provisions of particular interest concern the default of a party (no.
et seq.) and the time limit newly set for an application to set aside the award (no. et seq.). It is a very rewarding and enjoyable task to review the second edition of International Commercial Arbitration: Cases, Materials, and Notes on the Resolution of International Business task is rewarding because of the rich and extensive diversity of materials assembled in the book, and because of the thoughtfulness which the four extremely distinguished and experienced Author: Gary B.
Born. Throughout, the author underlines the importance and applicability of relevant multinational and supranational conventions, institutional arbitration rules, the International Law Association's recommendations, national laws in force and national courts' case law including the case law of the European Court of Justice as regards the interface of Format: Hardcover.
More in particular, a national court will declare itself incompetent if a party timely submits that the national court cannot hear the case because of the existence of an arbitration agreement, provided that the arbitration agreement is valid (article DCCP or article.
Rethinking the Role of African National Courts in Arbitration provides a remarkably thorough overview of the relation of courts and arbitration in the African continent. This book documents the Second SOAS Arbitration in Africa Conference held in Lagos in June. An innovative, interdisciplinary and far-reaching examination of the actual reality of international courts, International Court Authority challenges fundamental preconceptions about when, why, and how international courts become important and authoritative actors in national, regional, and international.
Additionally, the relevance of EU tax law has expanded outside the EU borders, inspiring tax litigation before national courts of non-EU states as well as before international courts. This book is the result of the 7th GREIT Conference held in September Pages: International Investment Arbitration and the Conduct of National Courts.
Abstract. International investment arbitration is used by foreign investors to seek compensation from host states for the violation of various investment protection commitments made in international investment agreements (IIAs).