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The Practice of Arbitration: Essays in Honour of Hans Van Houtte (eBook)

Edited by: Patrick Wautelet, Thalia Kruger, Govert Coppens

ISBN13: 9781782250043
Published: September 2012
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
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This book offers a series of commentaries on noteworthy arbitration awards and court decisions on arbitration. All contributions focus on the practice of arbitration. Influential authors with proven arbitration experience share their insights on celebrated and less well-known cases, drawn from various countries, various arbitration institutions and including both commercial and investment arbitration.

This collection of essays celebrates the work and scholarship of Hans Van Houtte, who has been a professor of international commercial arbitration at the University of Leuven for more than twenty years. In addition to his widely praised contribution to the theory of arbitration, Professor Van Houtte has built a long career in the practice of arbitration, presiding over a vast array of arbitration tribunals and holding appointments to international tribunals, most recently as the Iran-US Claims Tribunal.

Hans Van Houtte has always been concerned with the practical usefulness of scholarly writings, and this book respects this approach.

This volume will prove essential for all arbitration practitioners and will be of great interest also to academics and research students with an interest in international arbitration.

Subjects:
eBooks, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Professor Hans van Houtte: A Short Biographical Sketch
[the editors]
Professor Hans van Houtte: A View from the Workfloor
[the editors]
Fusion of Common Law and Civil Law Traditions in International Arbitration
Julian DM Lew
I The Arbitrator
1. The Regionalisation of International Arbitration: Maintaining International Standards in Appointing Arbitrators
A Comment on Jivraj v Hashwani
C Mark Baker and Lucy Greenwood
2. Sailing the Waters: The Need for Good Navigation, the Right Decision and the Requirement of Confidence
A Comment on Republic of Mauritius v United Kingdom
O.L.O. de Witt Wijnen
3. Impartiality and Independence of the Arbitrator. A View from Brussels
A Comment on Republic of Poland v Eureko BV et al
Françoise Lefèvre and Nicolas Résimont
4. On Shifting Players and Roles in the Process of Challenging Arbitrators
A Comment on Sundra Rajoo v Mohamed Abd Majed and Persuatan Penapis Minyak Swait Malaysia (Poram)
Tibor Várady
5. Equality of Information and Impartiality of the Arbitrator
A Comment on Adrian Mutu v Chelsea Football Club Limited – Decision of the Swiss Federal Tribunal of 10 June 2010
Georg von Segesser
6. Qualified Investment Arbitrators?
A Comment on Arbitrators in Investment Arbitrations
Albert Jan van den Berg
II The Arbitral Process
7. Force Majeure in International Contract Law
A Comment on National Oil Corporation v Sun Oil
Klaus Peter Berger and Olivia Johanna Erdelyi
8. Setting Aside an Arbitral Award for Misconduct of the Arbitrator
A Comment on Galway City Council v Samuel Kingston Construction Ltd and Geoffrey F Hawker
Nael G Bunni
9. The European Court of Human Rights and Interim Measures Ordered by an Arbitral Tribunal 87
A Comment on Micallef v Malta
Luc Demeyere
10. Arbitration Pending under the EU Insolvency Regulation
A Comment on Syska v Vivendi
Dirk de Meulemeester
11. A Troubling Decision for the Construction Industry: The Persero Case
A Comment on CRW Joint Operation v PT Perushahaan Gas Negara (Persero)
Paul-A Gélinas
12. An Attempt at an Innovative Arbitral Solution
A Comment on a Dispute over a Consignment of Beans
Lord David Hacking
13. Back to Basics. Or Why the So-called 'Group of Companies Doctrine' Should Be Disregarded Once and for All
A Comment on Dow Chemical v Isover Saint Gobain
Bernard Hanotiau and Barbara Den Tandt
14. Arbitration and Insolvency
A Comment on Elektrim v Vivendi (Switzerland)
Wolfgang Kühn
15. Is Vivendi Good Law in Switzerland? Distinguishing a Not-so-Distinguished Judgment
A Comment on Elektrim v Vivendi (Switzerland)
Pierre A Karrer
16. Institutional Arbitration Rules: Do They Deserve More Deference from the Judiciary? 149
Comments on Tecnimont and other cases
Alexis Mourre
17. Nailing Corruption: Thoughts for a Gardener
A Comment on World Duty Free Company Ltd v The Republic of Kenya
Sophie Nappert
18. The Politics of Class Action: Jurisdiction, Fairness and Vindication of Rights
A Comment on Stolt-Nielsen SA v AnimalFeeds Intl Corp and AT&T Mobility LLC v Concepcion
William W Park
19. Liability of Arbitral Institutions in International Arbitration
A Comment on Société Filature Française de Mohair v Fédération Françaises des Industries Lainières et Cotonnières
Charles Price
20. The Arbitrability of Intra-corporate Disputes in a German GmbH
A Comment on OLG Frankfurt am Main, 2010
Hilmar Raeschke-Kessler
21. Theory and Practice: The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal and Revision of Awards
A Comment on Islamic Republic of Iran and United States of America Decision No DEC 134-A3/A8/A9/A14/B61-FT
Vera van Houtte-van Poppel
22. The Scrutton Award on Interest (1883)
A Comment on Parthenia M/S v The Executors of the Late Ralph Firbank
VV Veeder
23. Arbitration of Distribution Disputes Revisited
A Comment on Sebastian International Inc v Common Market Cosmetics NV
Patrick Wautelet
24. The Arbitrability of Agency Agreements
A Comment on Air Transat AT Inc v Air Agencies Belgium
Didier Matray and Françoise Vidts
III Arbitration and International Law
25. BITs and EU Law: The Next Round
A Comment on European Commission v Slovak Republic
Christoph Liebscher
26. The CME/Lauder Saga – or Pragae Caemeterium? A Tale of Two Parallel Investment Treaty Arbitrations
A Comment on CME Czech Republic BV v Czech Republic and Lauder v Czech Republic
Kaj Hobér
27. The Methanex Arbitration
The Elaboration of a Legal Standard on Transparency in Treaty-based Investor-State Arbitration
A Comment on Methanex v United States
Herman Verbist
28. Glimpses of International Humanitarian Law in International Claims: Three Early Cases
A Comment on Claim of Heirs of Jules Brun et al
John R Crook and Lucy F Reed
IV Arbitration and European law
29. The Prospects of Eco Swiss v Benetton for International Commercial Arbitration
A Comment on Eco Swiss v Benetton
George A Bermann
30. Arbitration in the Crosshairs of EC Regulation No 44/2001: West Tankers and its Legacy
A Comment on Allianz SpA and Generali Assicurazioni Generali SpA v West Tankers Inc
Johan Erauw and Clive Rommelaere