EDITION 19

EDITION 19

OCTOBER 2015
  • A BRIEF NOTE ON ARBITRATING UNDER THE 2014 LCIA RULES – A USER’S GUIDE, By Pedro Sousa Uva
  • THE INS AND OUTS OF TTIP – IMPACT ON THE PORTUGUESE ECONOMY, By Paula Redondo Pereira
  • CASE COMMENTARY – THE RECENT ECJ JUDGMENT IN GAZPROM: WHAT HOLDS THE FUTURE FOR ANTI-SUIT INJUNCTIONS IN THE EU? By Ioannis Avgoustis
  • BRIEF APPROACH TO ARBITRATION IN ASIA, By J. Félix de Luis
  • VIETNAM – AN ARBITRATION-FRIENDLY SEAT, By Nguyen Manh Dzung and Dang Vu Minh Ha
  • TAX ARBITRATION: THE NEED FOR A BROADER SCOPE OF APPLICATION, By Leonardo Marques dos Santos
  • “INVERSÃO DO CONTENCIOSO” FROM AN ARBITRATION PERSPECTIVE, By João Lupi
  • SHOW ME THE MONEY, By António Júdice Moreira
  • THE CHOICE OF THE APPLICABLE LAW TO INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS – THREE DIFFERENT METHODS, By João Nuno Barros
  • THE WORKABILITY OF EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR IN INDIA: A FLAWED EMERGENCE OF THE EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR, By Gracious Timothy
  • TURKISH INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION LAW AND SETTING ASIDE OF ARBITRAL AWARDS, By Ayça Aydın and Pınar Yamaner
  • V ENCONTRO INTERNACIONAL DE ARBITRAGEM DE COIMBRA (Fifth International Arbitration Meeting of Coimbra), By Filipe Vaz Pinto and Francisca Seara Cardoso

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