International Arbitration: Cases and Materials 2nd ed
Published: January 2015
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Country of Publication: USA
Price: Price on Application
The new edition of this practical and authoritative casebook is based on the highly acclaimed International Commercial Arbitration: Commentary and Materials. It will provide you with a fully international approach to the constitutional structure, law, practice and policy of international arbitration.
The author, the distinguished and worldrenowned arbitrator Gary Born, examines all forms of international arbitration, including international commercial disputes and investor-state and inter-state (or state-to-state) disputes. He focuses in particular on the New York Convention, the UNCITRAL Model Law and leading
institutional arbitration rules (including the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules).
He considers the leading international arbitration conventions, and examines contemporary national arbitration legislation from an international perspective.
The casebook begins with a general introduction and then divides into three main sections: international arbitration agreements, arbitral proceedings, and arbitral awards. Each section focuses on international standards and practices, rather than on a single national legal system.
How will International Arbitration: Cases and Materials help you?
International Arbitration: Cases and Materials
- Provides you with an easy-to-use and accessible structure, organized
chronologically to follow the course of an international arbitration
(arbitration agreements, arbitral proceedings, arbitral awards)
- Includes judicial decisions and statutory materials from all leading
jurisdictions (including Europe, Asia, United States and Canada) – helping
you see the full picture
- Includes arbitral awards under all leading rules
- Supplies a thorough treatment of international arbitration in the United
States, under the FAA
- Enables you to compare materials on investment arbitration and state-tostate
arbitration with commercial materials
You’ll find comprehensive coverage on the following topics:
- International arbitration agreements: includes the legal framework
applicable to such agreements, the presumptive separability or autonomy
of international arbitration agreements, the law governing international
arbitration agreements, the competence-competence doctrine, the
substantive and formal rules of validity relating to such agreements, the
interpretation of arbitration agreements, and the issues related to
identifying the parties to international arbitration agreements.
- International arbitration proceedings: deals with the legal framework
applicable to such proceedings, the selection of the arbitral seat, the
selection and challenge of arbitrators, the conduct of the arbitration and
arbitral procedures, disclosure or discovery, confidentiality, provisional
measures, consolidation and joinder, the selection of substantive law, and
legal representation and ethics.
- International arbitral awards: examines the legal framework for
international arbitral awards, the form and contents of such awards, the
correction and interpretation of arbitral awards, actions to annul or vacate
arbitral awards, and the recognition and enforcement of international
will be essential reading for
anyone working in international arbitration, including companies, lawyers,
arbitrators, judges, legislators and law students.