Tuesday, February 12, 2013

New Issue: American Review of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the American Review of International Arbitration (Vol. 23, no. 2, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Otto Sandrock, The UK Supreme Court misses the point: estoppel applies without the existence of a common intention
  • Timothy G. Nelson, The explosion and the testimony: the WWI sabotage claims and an international arbitral tribunal’s power to revise its own awards
  • George Gluck, Great expectations: meeting the challenge of a new arbitration paradigm
  • Stephanie Bijlmakers, Effects of foreign direct investment arbitration on a state’s regulatory autonomy involving the public interest
  • Suyash Paliwal, The more favorable regime within the “overlapping coverage” of FAA Chapters One and Two
  • Deming Liu, Think twice before arbitrating a patent dispute?
  • Rubino-Sammartano, Mauro. A continuous search for new horizons
  • Laurent Vercauteren, The taking of documentary evidence in international arbitration