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International Arbitration Under Review: Essays in Honour of John Beechey

Edited by: Andrea Carlevaris, Laurent Lévy, Alexis Mourre, Eric A. Schwartz

ISBN13: 9789284203703
Published: December 2015
Publisher: International Chamber of Commerce
Country of Publication: France
Format: Hardback
Price: £125.00



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At a time when international arbitration is facing increasing challenges, this collection of 34 articles provides informed commentary by leading arbitration specialists on some of today’s most pressing subjects, including procedural efficiency, arbitrator independence and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS).

The book also contains thought-provoking articles on other discrete topics, as varied as arbitral appeal procedures, responsibilities of institutions, dissenting opinions, remission of awards, use of arbitration in disputes arising from mass disasters, and party representation by foreign lawyers, as well as studies on regional developments.

These are all matters on which the authors – arbitrators, counsel and institutional leaders from around the world – are well-qualified to write, drawing on first-hand knowledge and experience, as well as exhaustive research, to offer analyses that are highly pertinent to the future of international arbitration.

The book’s dedicatee, John Beechey, was President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration between 2009 and 2015, during which time he spearheaded many reforms likewise aimed at enhancing the efficiency, integrity and effectiveness of the arbitration process.

Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Advances in International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America during John’s Presidency of the ICC Court, Christian Albanesi
The Principle of Neutrality in International Arbitration, Stefano Azzali
International Commercial Arbitration: Present Challenges and Future Prospects, George A. Bermann
Anti-Suit Injunctions by ICC Emergency Arbitrators, Sébastien Besson
Whence and Whither International Arbitration? Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel
The Bounds of Party Autonomy in Institutional Arbitration, Andrea Carlevaris
The Champagne Case: Lessons from an Arbitration with John, Yves Derains
Are Genuine Dissenting Opinions of Real Use? Antonias Dimolitsa
Remission of Awards: Conditions and Consequences – A Review of Statute and Case Law, Simon Greenberg and Jason Fry
The Advantages of the ICC over ICSID in Investment Arbitrations, Hamid G. Gharavi
‘Fly Away on Wings of Wind’: The Case for Arbitrating Contribution and Indemnity Disputes, Karl Hennessee
Emergency Arbitrators and Interim Relief in International Commercial Arbitration, Doug Jones
ICC Arbitration from a CIS Perspective: If Not Faster and Cheaper, Why Choose It? Vladimir Khvalei and Galina Zukova
The Gangnam Principles: A Blueprint for Efficiency in Arbitration,Kap-You (Kevin) Kim
Site Visits in ICSID Arbitration, Meg Kinnear and Randi Ayman
Shared Chambers: Much Ado About Nothing? Peter Leaver
What Makes Challenges Challenging? Marnix A. Leijten and Matthias L. Kuscher
Managing Time and Costs in International Commercial Arbitration, Wendy Miles
The Exposure of Institutions to Post-Award Lawsuits and Attacks, Salim Moollan
Harmonizing Contrary Ideas on Information Exchange in International Arbitration, Richard W. Naimark
A Few Words on Prolixity in International Arbitration, Constantine Partasides
A Call to Open the ICC Emergency Arbitrator Procedure to Investment Treaty Cases, Philippe Pinsolle
Where is Investor-State Arbitration Heading? Reflections on the Debate over EU Investor Protection Agreements, Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo
Documentary Disclosure in International Arbitration: The IBA Rules and the Redfern Schedule, Alan Redfern
Re-evaluating Provisional Measures through the Lens of Efficiency and Justice, David W. Rivkin
Solving Tensions between Expert Determination and Arbitration under M&A Contracts, Klaus Sachs
An Appellate Procedure in Arbitration? The Present State of Play, Antonio Sánchez-Pedreño Kennaird
Arbitration Advocates Sans Frontières: Lessons from Wellington to Nigeria, Audley Sheppard
Some Remarks on the Contribution of ICC Arbitrators to the Development of International Commercial Arbitration involving States and State Entities, Eduardo Silva Romero
Challenges and Responsibilities of Arbitral Institutions, Jacomijn J. van Haersolte-van Hof
Dispute Resolution under the New Mexican Energy Laws, Claus von Wobeser
Confidentiality of International Arbitration Proceedings in France: Some Reflections on the 2011 Amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, Michael Young
Taking of Evidence in Arbitration: The Arab Experience, Nassib G. Ziadé
Merck Revisited: A Decision Ten Years Late, Eduardo Zuleta;