New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2016

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Christoph Müller
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8,4 MB
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New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2016.pdf
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2137490326530

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This book contains the written contributions to the 9th conference on "New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration", organized by the CEMAJ (French acronym for Research Center on Alternative and Judicial Dispute Resolution Methods) of the University of Neuchâtel Faculty of Law. Highly qualified and experienced arbitration practitioners present some of the most significant new developments in international commercial arbitration : Corruption in Arbitration - The Arbitrator's Duty to Investigate Tobias Zuberbühler and Andreas Schregenberger. Contractual Issues Arising from the Arbitration Agreement and the receptum arbitri Pascal Pichonnaz. Expert Witness : Role and Independence Sebastiano Nessi. Review of the Recent Case Law of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court Jonatan Baier. The German Federal Court on Treacherous Ice - A Final Point in the Pechstein Case Ulrich Haas.

Given that in excess of 600 arbitrations are now administered every year under the ICDR Rules, this book answers the need for a comprehensive comparative guide devoted to them. Weixia Gu (2020), "Reflections on the Key Ingredients for Successful Reform of International Commercial Arbitration in the Asia Pacific", in Lei Chen and André Janssen (eds), Dispute Resolution in China, Europe and World (Springer), pp. 131-152., University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law Research Paper No.

Given the need for an efficient dispute resolution mechanism, international arbitration has emerged as the preferred option for resolving cross ... International Arbitration Law Library VOLUME 37 Editor Professor Julian D.M. Lew QC has been involved with international arbitration for more than 40 years as counsel, as arbitrator and as an academic.

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