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Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements and International Arbitral Awards: The New York Convention in Practice

Edited by: Emmanuel Gaillard, Domenico di Pietro

ISBN13: 9781905017478
Published: May 2008
Publisher: Cameron May Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



As we approach the 50th anniversary of the 1958 United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York Convention), Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements and International Arbitral Awards provides the most exhaustive commentary on the fundamental aspects of the Convention. The significant legal developments and associated practice over the last 50 years have been put under the microscope by distinguished academics and practitioners in the area.

Each of the 31 chapters provides focused analysis of individual issues with the emphasis on the relevant case law from various Contracting States without ever straying from a global outlook. The book is intended to be an authoritative text for lawyers working in-house or in private practice. Its structure and depth of analysis makes it suitable for academics and essential reading for students pursuing postgraduate or research degrees that encompass elements of international dispute resolution.

Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
1. Preface
Michael Reisman
2. Introduction
Emmanuel Gaillard and Domenico Di Pietro
3. The Genesis and General Purpose of The New York Convention
Robert Briner & Virginia Hamilton
4. A Primer on The New York Convention
Albert Jan van den Berg
5. Article VII and the Relationship of The New York Convention with Other Treaties and with Domestic Law as Regards the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Awards
Emmanuel Gaillard
Chapter I: THE SCOPE OF CONVENTION
6. The Territorial Scope of The Convention and its Implementation in Common and Civil Law Countries
Javier Rubinstein and Georgina Fabian
7. The Substantial Scope of the Convention: What Constitutes a Foreign Arbitral Award?
Domenico Di Pietro
8. Reservations Available to Member States. The Reciprocal and Commercial Reservations
Michael Pryles
CHAPTER II: THE ARBITRATION AGREEMENT: FORMAL REQUIREMENTS
9. Article II and the Requirement of the Form
Toby Landauand Salim Moolan
10. Incorporation of Arbitration Clauses by Reference
Domenico Di Pietro
11. The Assignment of Arbitration Agreements
Anthony Sinclair
12. Extension of Intra-Group Arbitration Agreements to New Non-Signatory Members
Otto Sandrock
13. Arbitration Agreements and Group of Companies
Noah Rubins
14. Multi-Party Arbitration: Legal Issues Arising out of Joinder and Consolidation
Martin Platte
CHAPTER III: ARBITRABILITY
15. The Problem of Arbitrability in General
Piero Bernardini
16. Arbitration and Antitrust Disputes
Christoph Liebscher
17. Arbitration of Intellectual Property Rights and Licensing Contracts
François Dessemontet
18. Legal Issues Arising out of Disputes Involving Fraud, Bribery, Corruption and other Illegality Issues
Loukas Mistelis
CHAPTER IV: SUBSTANTIAL VALIDITY OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES
19. Article II(3) of the New York Convention and the Negative Effect of Competence-competence
Emmanuel Gaillard
20. The Null and Void Provision of the New York Convention
Doak Bishop, Wade M. Coriell and Marcello Medina-Campos
21. The Agreement is (B) Inoperative
Carolyn Lamm and Jeremy Sharpe
22. The Incapable of Being Performed Exception in Art. II(3) of the New York Convention
Stefan Kroll
CHAPTER V: FORMALITIES OF THE ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE
23. Articles III and IV
Emilia Onyema
CHAPTER VI: RESISTING ENFORCEMENT
24. The Incapacity Defence in International Arbitration
Ignacio Suarez Anzorena
25. Transgression of the Arbitrators’ Authority: Article V.1(c) of The New York Convention
Laurent Levy & Mercédeh Azeredo da Silveira
26. Challenges on Grounds of Due Process Pursuant to Article V(1)(b) of The New York Convention
Herman Verbist
27. Irregularity in the Composition of the Arbitral Tribunal or the Arbitral Procedure
Sigvard Jarvin
28. The Enforcement of Awards Affected by Provisions or Judicial Orders at the Place of Arbitration
Dana Freyer
29. Public Policy in International Commercial Arbitration
Bernard Hanotiau & Olivier Caprasse
CHAPTER VII: IMMUNITY
30. The Problem of Immunity in International Arbitration
Lady Fox QC
31. A few thoughts on the Future of the New York Convention
Karl-Heinz Bockstiegel