Wednesday, September 21, 2016

New Issue: Journal of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the Journal of International Arbitration (Vol. 33, Special Issue, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Holger Hestermeyer, How Brexit Will Happen: A Brief Primer on European Union Law and Constitutional Law Questions Raised by Brexit
  • Michael McIlwrath, An Unamicable Separation: Brexit Consequences for London as a Premier Seat of International Dispute Resolution in Europe
  • Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Brexit’s Chilling Effect on Choice of Law and Arbitration in the United Kingdom: Practical Reflections Between Aggravation and Alleviation
  • Sara Masters & Belinda McRae, What Does Brexit Mean for the Brussels Regime?'
  • Kate Davies, Valeriya Kirsey, Anti-Suit Injunctions in Support of London Seated Arbitrations Post-Brexit: Are All Things New Just Well-Forgotten Past?
  • Richard Kreindler, Paul Gilbert, Ricardo Zimbron, Impact of Brexit on UK Competition Litigation and Arbitration
  • Annet van Hooft, Brexit and the Future of Intellectual Property Litigation and Arbitration
  • Markus Burgstaller & Agnieszka Zarowna, Possible Ramifications of the UK’s EU Referendum on Intra- and Extra-EU BITs