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International Commercial Arbitration in Spain focuses on the Spanish legal framework (Arbitration Act 2003) and the international conventions. Although this book will be of inestimable value to comparative law and arbitration specialists, it provides useful guidance for practitioners confronting specific questions during an arbitration with a seat in Spain or an award to be enforced in Spain. As far as Spain is a Member State of the European Union, the influence of some European regulations and the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice are carefully studied. The author, a prominent Spanish lawyer and legal scholar, describes in detail all the relevant areas of international commercial arbitration under Spanish and applicable European and international law, with a rigorous analysis of the international, comparative, and internal jurisprudence embedded in Spanish regulation of international commercial arbitration.
What’s in this book: Twelve expository chapters explicitly follow the scheme of the Spanish Arbitration Act, and two introductory chapters cover the international and European instruments of international commercial arbitration as applied in Spain. The author covers such key principles and customary practices as the following:
How this will help you: As a detailed and exhaustive study of all the relevant areas of international commercial arbitration, this book is an up-to-date, indispensable tool for all professionals working in the world of international arbitration. This book will be welcomed by arbitrators, lawyers practising as counsel or arbitrators, global law firms, companies doing transnational business, arbitration academics and international arbitration centres.