EDITION 26

EDITION 26

JULY 2017
  • U.S. DISCOVERY FOR USE IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: A CATCH – 22, by Gene M. Burd and Bradford J. Kelley
  • TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK: TRACING THE CURIOUS CASE OF ARBITRABILITY OF FRAUD IN INDIA, by Gladwin Issac and Tarun Agarwal
  • WHEN TO STOP DISCUSSING THE AWARD? by Alfonso Maristany Pintó
  • THE 2017 ICC EXPEDITED RULES: INCREASING SPEED AND COST-EFFICIENCY IN ICC ARBITRATIONS, by Carolina Pitta e Cunha
  • TROJAN HORSE CHALLENGES TO ARBITRAL AWARDS: APPROACHES FROM SINGAPORE AND GERMANY, by J. Ole Jensen
  • IMPECUNIOUS CLAIMANT IN ARBITRATION: AN EXCEPTION TO ARBITRATE? REVISITING THE ISSUE IN LIGHT OF TILLMAN V. TILLMAN CASE, by Carolina da Rocha Morandi
  • ARBITRATORS FACING MONEY LAUNDERING: BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS, by Ylli Dautaj
  • THE ENFORCEMENT OF AWARDS SET ASIDE AT THE SEAT OF ARBITRATION: A BRAZILIAN PERSPECTIVE, by Marina Galvão Maia
  • IN THE DEPTHS OF CONFIDENTIALITY, by Ricardo Moniz
  • LATIN AMERICA ARBITRATION REPORT, by Bullard Falla Ezcura

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