EDITION 24

EDITION 24

JANUARY 2017
  • FOREWORD By John Fellas and Rebeca Mosquera
  • PHILIP MORRIS V. URUGUAY: AN ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENTS MADE AND THE JOURNEY AHEAD By Shivansh Jolly and Soma Hegdekatte
  • PRACTICAL ISSUES OF CROSS-EXAMINATIONS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATIONS By Nicolás J. Caffo
  • ARTICLE ON THE CROSS-EXAMINATION OF EXPERTS By Juliette Fortin
  • THE EVALUATION OF WITNESS EVIDENCE IN TIME-LIMITED ARBITRAL PROCEEDINGS: THE CHESS-CLOCK AND THE RULE IN BROWNE V. DUNN By Charlie Caher and John McMillan
  • REFORMING INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION FROM THE INSIDE – THE PROACTIVE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATORS By Bogdan Florin Nae
  • THE HAGUE CONVENTION ON CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS AND INTERNATIONAL LITIGATION: ENEMIES OR COMPANIONS FOR THE NEW YORK CONVENTION AND INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION? By Margherita Magillo
  • THIRD PARTY FUNDING – A NEW ERA? By Nicholas Ashcroft
  • IRRATIONAL EXPECTATIONS IN THE NEGOTIATION – ARBITRATION SPECTRUM By José María de la Jara and Lucía Varillas
  • ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AS A TOOL TO OVERCOME ACCESS TO JUSTICE IMPEDIMENTS AND INSTITUTIONAL DYSFUNCTION IN MEXICO By Edgardo Muñoz
  • ENHANCING MORE PERMISSIVE APPROACH TO COUNTERCLAIMS BY HOST STATES TO INVESTORS AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE INVESTOR-STATE ARBITRATION By Elena Burova
  • NEW RULES FOR INVESTMENT ARBITRATION COMPARED: The SIAC Investment Arbitration Rules 2017 and The SCC Arbitration Rules 2017 By Jonathan Lim

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