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The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration 2nd ed isbn 9781933833613

The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration

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Edited by: R. Doak Bishop

ISBN13: 9781929446421
ISBN: 192944642X
New Edition ISBN: 9781933833613
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Juris Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



In this ground-breaking work, the subject of advocacy is explored in the context of the cross-cultural environment in international arbitration. Despite the prevalence of arbitration as the preferred method of dispute resolution in international contracts, virtually nothing has been written about the crucial topic of advocacy…until now.

This work addresses that void. The book focuses on the differences in substance and style of advocacy in the civil and common law systems and among variant cultures in Europe, Latin American, Asia, and North America. The procedures and practices of advocacy in different arbitral forums are also discussed. The critical importance of credibility, a sound strategy and written advocacy are emphasized. Specific techniques for advocacy are highlighted.

Rules of cross-examination tailored to international arbitration are developed. The arbitrator’s perspective on the tactics of advocacy is also addressed. In conclusion, a model is outlined for harmonizing the differing cultural approaches to advocacy. For the international advocate, this seminal work is a must.

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Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
FOREWORD
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Part I. Introduction: The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration
The Art of Advocacy in International Arbitration
R. Doak Bishop
Part II. Advocacy before Standing Tribunals
Chapter 1:
Advocacy Before the International Court of Justice and Other International Tribunals in State-to-State Cases
James Crawford
Chapter 2:
Advocacy of Private Disputes before International Claims Resolution Bodies
James L. Loftis
Chapter 3:
Advocacy Before the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Panels in Trade Remedy Cases
Duane Layton and Jorge Miranda
Part III. Cross-Cultural Advocacy by Region
A. Europe
Chapter 4: France
Emmanuel Gaillard and Philippe Pinsolle
Chapter 5: Spain
Inigo Quintana and Alberto Fortun
Chapter 6: Sweden
Kaj Hober
Chapter 7: Switzerland
Pierre-Yves Tschanz
Chapter 8: England
John Beechey
B. North America
Chapter 9: Canada
David R. Haig and Brian Beck
Chapter 10: United States
R. Doak Bishop
C. Latin America
Chapter 11: Argentina
Guido Santiago Tawil
Chapter 12: Mexico
Carlos Loperena
D. Asia
Chapter 13: Singapore
Michael Hwang
Part IV. Arbitrator's Perspective on Advocacy
Chapter 14:; Advocacy from the Arbitrator's Perspective
R. Doak Bishop
Part V. Harmonization of the Differing Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Advocacy
Chapter 15: ; Toward a Harmonized Approach to Advocacy in International Arbitration
R. Doak Bishop