New Volume of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Journal

The Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA), one of the oldest international arbitration institutions in the world, founded in 1950, has started to publish its annual journal on commercial arbitration – “Japan Commercial Arbitration Journal” – entirely in English. The Journal’s Volume 4, which has been published recently, features the following articles:

Miriam Rose Ivan L. Pereira

Combining Interactive Arbitration with Mediation: A Hybrid Solution under the Interactive Arbitration Rules


Masaru Suzuki, Shinya Sakuragi

The Use of Technology in the International Commercial Arbitration and the Consideration of Rulemaking


Kazuhisa Fujita

Current Status of International Arbitration from the Perspective of Corporate Law and Japan as the Place of Arbitration


Dai Yokomizo

International Commercial Arbitration and Public Interests: Focusing on the Treatment of Overriding Mandatory Rules


Yuji Yasunaga

Extending the Application of an Arbitration Agreement Involving a Corporation to Include its Representative


Kazuhiro Kobayashi

Scope, Amount and Sharing of Arbitration Expenses and Court Costs in Japan


Leon Ryan, Shunsuke Domon

Disputes in India ? Lessons from Mittal v Westbridge


Junya Naito, Motomu Wake

Potential for a New Arb-Med in Japan

Yoshihiro (Yoshi) Takatori

Arbitrator Training and Assessment ? How to Increase and Strengthen Resource of Arbitrators and ADR Practitioners


Shuji Yanase

On Dual Conciliation by Two Conciliators


Takeshi Ueda

Discussions and Challenges in Promoting Online Dispute Resolution


Shinji Kusakabe

Civil Litigation after the Introduction of IT, as Suggested by Scheduled Proceedings in Commercial Arbitration


All volumes can also be freely consulted and downloaded here.