International Arbitration Law Review, Vol. 14, Issue 5


The latest issue of the International Arbitration Law Review (Vol. 14, no. 5, 2011) is out.

Contents include several topics of interest to the intersection of private international law with commercial and investor state arbitration, including:

Hong-Lin Yu, How far can party autonomy be stretched in setting the grounds for the refusal of arbitral awards?
Charles Kotuby Jr, ‘Other international obligations’ as the applicable law in investment arbitration
Sanja Djajic, Contractual claims in treaty-based arbitration – with or without umbrella and forum selection clauses

Also in this edition are:

Thierry Berger & Mark Roberts, The new ICC Rules of Arbitration: a brief overview of the main changes
Judy Zhu, China’s CIETAC Arbitration – New Rules under review
Richard Smith, Angeline Welsh & Manish Aggarwal, Jivraj v Hashwani – the UK Supreme Court overturns a controversial Court of Appeal ruling on arbitration
Luis Fernando Bermejo, Mandatory ICC provision in Guatemala’s Arbitration Law is declared unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court of Guatemala

1 reply
  1. Ijeoma Ononogbu says:

    I would like to see the next issue discuss eArbitration, and its place in a rapidly changing legal environment.

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