Tuesday, June 30, 2015

New Issue: American Review of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the American Review of International Arbitration (Vol. 25, nos. 3-4, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas J. Stipanowich, Reflections on the State and Future of Commercial Arbitration: Challenges, Opportunities, Proposals
  • Thomas J. Stipanowich & Zachary P. Ulrich, Arbitration in Evolution: Current Practices and Perspectives of Experienced Commercial Arbitrators
  • Megan K. Niedermeyer, Ethics for Arbitrators at the International Level: Who Writes the Rules of the Game?
  • Jayanth K. Krishnan & Priya Purohit, A Common-Law Court in an Uncommon Environment: The DIFC Judiciary and Global Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Stuart M. Boyarsky, Bitter Tiers: BG Group and the Future of Multi-Tiered International Arbitration in the United States
  • Giovanni Zarra, The Arbitrability of Disputes Arising from Intra-EU BITs
  • Abhinav Bhushan, Standard and Burden of Proof in International Commercial Arbitration: Is There a Bright Line Rule?