Friday, June 10, 2016

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 32, no. 2, June 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Jonathan Mance, Arbitration: a Law unto itself?
    • Klaus Peter Berger, To what extent should arbitrators respect domestic case law? The German experience regarding the Law on Standard Terms
    • Hilary Heilbron, Dynamics, discretion, and diversity: a recipe for unpredictability in international arbitration
    • Gordon Blanke, Entrusting antitrust issues to arbitration: some personal thoughts and considerations
  • Recent Developments
    • Csongor István Nagy, Arbitration in standardized consumer contracts: a Hungarian perspective in a European context
    • Christophe Guibert de Bruet & Johannes Landbrecht, Cloud computing and US-style discovery: new challenges for European companies
    • Bakr A. F. Al-Serhan, The separability of arbitration agreement in the Emirati law
    • Giacomo Marchisio, A comparative analysis of consent awards: accepting their reality
    • Diego P. Fernández Arroyo & Ezequiel H. Vetulli, The new Argentinian arbitration law: a train in an unknown direction?