- Stephen M. Schwebel, Outlook for the Continued Vitality, or Lack Thereof, of Investor-State Arbitration
- Barry Leon & Cenobar Parker, Merit Appeals in International Arbitration: Undermining Arbitration or Facilitating True Party Autonomy
- William G. Bassler, Are Emergency Awards Enforceable in the United States? A Guide for the Perplexed
- William W. Park, Soft Law and Transnational Standards in Arbitration: The Challenge of Res Judicata
- Josefa Sicard-Mirabal, Precedential Value of International Arbitral Awards
- Edward G. Kehoe, Motions to Dismiss in International Treaty Arbitrations
- Klaus Reichert, ex aequo et bono: Dispelling misconceptions – a viable choice for governments and for foreign investors
- Catherine Amirfar, The Role of Damages Calculations in the Legitimacy of International Investment Arbitration
- Nicholas Fletcher, Should ICSID have or not have a new appellate process, including a standing body to hear annulment applications?
- Susan D. Franck, Crafting Appropriate Dispute Settlement: The Politics of International Investment Disputes
- John Gaffney, Overview of Recent EU-Related Developments in Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration
- Fidelma Macken, Investor-State Arbitration - The European Union as Amicus Curiae?
- Kaj Hober, The application of EU law in investment treaty arbitration—a clash of cultures?
- Wolfgang Peter, Material Adverse Change Clauses: Some Practical Thoughts
- Thomas H. Lee, International Arbitration of Patent Claims
- Vera Korzun, Corporate Interest and the Right to Regulate in Investor-State Arbitration
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Rovine: Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2015
Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2015 (Brill | Nijhoff 2017). Contents include: