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Arbitrator's Insights: Essays in Honour of Neil Kaplan

ISBN13: 9789626615201
Published: March 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Hardback
Price: £180.00

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Mr Neil Kaplan is one of the world’s most eminent international commercial arbitrators. This Liber Amicorum is a rare anthology: a dialogue between leading international arbitrators from around the world. It is a view from the arbitral bench and contains insights from the perspective of the arbitrator. The dialogue is informed by pragmatism and day-to-day experiences. Arbitrators present their cutting-edge arbitral methodology. The way forward and controversial developments are analysed. Mr Kaplan’s pioneering role in Hong Kong, now at the forefront of international and Asian arbitration, is highlighted. It will be a welcome addition to any commercial arbitration library.

Other Jurisdictions , Hong Kong, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Neil Kaplan’s Leading Role In The Development Of Arbitration In Hong Kong And In The Famous Harbour City Case By David Bateson
Dallah And The New York Convention By Gary Born & Michael Jorek
Three Cautionary Notes for Investor State Arbitrators on the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties By Charles N Brower & Epaminontas E Triantafilou
Three Person Tribunals: Does The Arbitral Process Benefit From Arbitrators Having Different Types Of Expertise? By Peter Scott Caldwell
Raising The International Profile Of The Chartered Institute Of Arbitrators By Tony Canham
Lessons From A Model Of A Modern Arbitrator By Simon Greenberg
Foreign State Immunity in Australia By Gavan Griffith
Sovereign Immunity and International Arbitration – Recent Developments By Kaj Hober
Issue Conflict In ICSID Arbitrations By Michael Hwang & Kevin Lim
The KORUS FTA Investor-State Dispute Settlement Scheme Controversy: Should American Investors Be Worried? By Kevin (Kap-You) Kim & David MacArthur
Damages And Interest In Investment Treaty Arbitration By Sabine Kanrad
Obstacles and Opportunities - Whither Summary Dispositions? By Christopher Lau
Serious Irregularity and section 68 Applications to Court By Julian DM Lew
Festschrift For Neil Kaplan By Arthur Marriott
Is International Arbitration Shooting Itself In The Foot? By Karen Mills & Ilman F Rakhmat, Hanna Azkiya & Priyanka Tobing
Hong Kong’s Development As An International Arbitration Centre: Some Historical Notes By Michael J Moser & John Choong
When Is An Arbitration Agreement Waived? By Michael Pryles
The Internationalisation of Hong Kong Arbitration Law and Enforcement of Awards against Chinese State Owned Enterprises By Kim Rooney
Mock Arbitrations By Klaus Sachs & Nicolas Wiegand
The Garden House Riot (1970) And The Kuwait Prison Case (1971) By V V Veeder
Mediation by an International Arbitrator – "Appropriate" or "Antithetical" Dispute Resolution By Jeffery Waincymer