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International Arbitration Checklists 3rd ed isbn 9781944825027

International Arbitration Checklists 2nd ed

Edited by: Grant Hanessian, Lawrence W. Newman

ISBN13: 9781933833217
New Edition ISBN: 9781944825027
Previous Edition ISBN: 1929446527
Published: April 2009
Publisher: Juris Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Baker & McKenzie has one of the world's largest and most successful international arbitration practices. This book provides a practical, experience-based guide to international arbitration. Each chapter begins with a "checklist" of issues to be considered at each stage of arbitration.

Topics include drafting arbitration clauses, commencement of the case, staying court proceedings, compelling arbitration, selection of the tribunal, provisional relief, conduct of hearings and enforcement of awards, among many others.

Law and practice in each of the world's major arbitration centers is discussed. Appendices provide ready access to arbitration treaties, statutes and rules. This book will be a standard reference for in-house counsel and outside practitioners.

Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Chapter 1 The dispute arises—what next?, Arthur W. Rovine, New York
Chapter 2 Obtaining information, Jeremy B. Winter, London
Chapter 3 Commencement of arbitration, Joaquim P. Muniz, Rio de Janeiro and Ygnacio Reyes-Retana, Tijuana
Chapter 4 Staying court proceedings and compelling arbitration. Vladimir Khvalei, Moscow and Haig Oghigian, Tokyo
Chapter 5 Selection of the tribunal, J. Brian Casey, Toronto
Chapter 6 Provisional relief, Grant Hanessian, New York and Juergen Mark, Dusseldorf
Chapter 7 Challenges to jurisdiction, Jonas Benedictsson and Stefan Bessman, Stockholm and
Andrew J.L. Aglionby, Hong Kong
Chapter 8 Cultural factors and language, Jeremy Winter, London and Lawrence W. Newman, New York
Chapter 9 Procedural matters checklist, Robert B. Davidson, JAMS, New York and
Werner Mueller, Frankfurt and Stefan Riegler, Vienna
Chapter 10 Discovery and production of evidence, Richard M. Franklin, Chicago
Chapter 11 Expert evidence, Eugenio Hernandez, Caracas
Chapter 12 The arbitration hearings, Lawrence W. Newman, New York
Chapter 13 Post-hearing matters, David Zaslowsky, New York
Chapter 14 The award, Leigh W. Duthie, Melbourne
Chapter 15 Writing the award—an arbitrator’s perspective, George A. Bermann, Walter Gellhorn Professor of Law; Director, European Legal Studies, Columbia University Law School
Chapter 16 Challenging the arbitration award, David A. Fraser, London
Chapter 17 Enforcement of awards, Jean-Piere Harb, Paris and Chuan Thye Tan, Singapore
Chapter 18 Dispute resolution clauses I: whether to choose arbitration, Bruce H. Jackson, San Francisco
Chapter 19 Dispute resolution clauses II: how to choose arbitration, Michael L. Morkin, Chicago
Chapter 20 Investment arbitration, David Frasier and Alexis Martinez, London and
Grant Hanessian, New York