EDITION 21

EDITION 21

APRIL 2016
  • SPOTLIGHT ON OHADA ARBITRATION FOLLOWING A RECENT DECISION OF THE COMMON COURT OF JUSTICE AND ARBITRATION By Claire Morel de Westgaver and Emilie Gonin
  • IS MARITIME ARBITRATION ALL AT SEA? By George Lambrou
  • SAFEGUARDING THE PARTIES’ RIGHT TO BE HEARD IN ARBITRATION – A REPORT FROM THE AUSTRIAN PERSPECTIVE By Alexander Zollner
  • ARBITRATORS AND COURTS COMPARED: The long path towards an arbitrators duty to apply international mandatory rules By Carolina Pitta e Cunha
  • THE GUIDELINES OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ARBITRATORS TO CREATE A SEAT OF ARBITRATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ARBITRATION IN PORTUGAL By Gonçalo Malheiro
  • THE SAARC ARBITRATION COUNCIL: THE ROLE IT CAN PLAY IN REGIONAL ARBITRATION By Deepa Subramaniam
  • QUOD ME NUTRIT ME DESTRUIT – LONDON AS A CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND THE THREAT TO THE COMMON LAW By Matthew Wescott
  • CONFIDENTIALITY IN PORTUGUESE SPORTS ARBITRATION: WHAT LESSONS CAN WE LEARN FROM CAS? By António Pinto Monteiro and Artur Flamínio da Silva
  • PEDAL TO THE METAL: Speeding up the procedure and cutting costs with the rules on expedited arbitration issued by the brazilian centre of mediation and arbitration – CBMA By Daniel Becker Pinto and Ricardo Carrion Alves
  • BRAZILIAN NEW ADRS LAWS: CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE? By Eduardo Silva and Nikolai Rebelo
  • INCORPORATING MEDIATION INTO A COMPANY’S DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROGRAM, By John Lowe

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