Course Handbook  Course Handbook

International Arbitration 2017

Publication Date: June 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402429217 Page Count: 452 pages


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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Brief Notes on the Doctrine of Competence-Competence (Substantive Outline) (2017) Sofia Martins ~ MIRANDA & ASSOCIADOS
Chapter 2: Brief Notes on the New York Convention (Substantive Outline) (2017) Sofia Martins ~ MIRANDA & ASSOCIADOS
Chapter 3: Institutional Versus Ad Hoc Arbitration (Substantive Outline) (2017) Flávia Bittar Neves ~ Grebler Advogados
Chapter 4: The Selection of Arbitrators (Substantive Outline) (2017) Flávia Bittar Neves ~ Grebler Advogados
Chapter 5: IBA Rules and Guidelines (Substantive Outline) (2017) Flávia Bittar Neves ~ Grebler Advogados
Chapter 6: The Recalcitrant Witness in Netherlands Arbitrations (Substantive Outline) (2017) Stan Putter ~ Conway-Partners
Chapter 7: Guerrilla Tactics and Ethics in International Arbitration (Substantive Outline) (2017) Eleonora Coelho ~ Eleonora Coelho Advogados
Chapter 8: Due Process Paranoia or Prudence? (Substantive Outline) (2017) Robin Oldenstam ~ Mannheimer Swartling
Chapter 9: Up in the Air or Still Grounded? Toward an International Arbitral Process That Truly Reflects the Modern World (2017) Marike R.P. Paulson ~ University of Miami School of Law
Chapter 10: International Bar Association, IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration (May 25, 2013) Grant Hanessian ~ Baker & McKenzie
Chapter 11: International Bar Association, Report on the Reception of the IBA Arbitration Soft Law Products (September 16, 2016) Grant Hanessian ~ Baker & McKenzie
Chapter 12: Advocacy in International Arbitration: How to Avoid Cultural Traps for the Unwary (March 17, 2017) Matthew Saunders ~ Ashurst LLP
Chapter 13: Using Section 1782 to Obtain Evidence for International Arbitration Proceedings (2017) John Fellas ~ Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP
Chapter 14: Latham & Watkins, Second Circuit Affirmed Enforcement of ICC Arbitral Award Annulled Abroad, No. 1997 (August 9, 2016) Claudia T Salomon ~ Latham & Watkins LLP
Chapter 15: President’s Message: A “Clarion Call” Seconded (December 2015) Teresa Giovannini ~ Lalive
Chapter 16: Laurence Shore, Ch. 3: Document Production, Witness Statements and Cross Examination: The Enduring Tensions in International Arbitration, Vol. 37, Wolters Kluwer (2017) Laurence Shore ~ Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

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