EDITION 13

EDITION 13

APRIL 2014
  • INTRODUCTORY NOTE - THE ROLE AND SUPERVISION OF PRIVATE ARBITRATORS IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT DISPUTE RESOLUTION, by Jan H Dalhuisen
  • BITS, BATS AND BUTS: REFLECTIONS ON INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION, by Gary Born
  • DEALING WITH THE “buts” OF “bats” WITHIN THE PORTUGUESE JURISDICTION, by Duarte Gorjão Henriques
  • CALIFORNIA MUST BECOME MORE FAVORABLE TO INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION: An article on why it has not, how it can change so that it is, and why it should, by Giorgio Sassine
  • ARBITRATION IN CHINA: ARE THERE ANY LOCAL DIFFERENCES? THE VIEW FROM ABROAD, by Sergei Gorbylev
  • HIGH COURT OF IRELAND REITERATES PRO-ARBITRATION POSITION, by Arran Dowling-Hussey and Derek Dunne
  • DISQUALIFICATION OF COUNSEL IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION – A NEW ANSWER TO CONFLICT OF INTEREST? By Aleksandrs Fillers
  • BRIEF ANALYSIS OF THE RES JUDICATA EFFECTS OF ARBITRAL AWARDS WITH EMPHASIS ON ITS PARTICULARITIES VIS-À-VIS THE TRADITIONAL RES JUDICATA EFFECTS OF A COURT DECISION, by Carla Góis Coelho
  • THREE DAYS OBSERVING THE 9TH ICC INTERNATIONAL MEDIATION COMPETITION, by Thomas Gaultier

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