Saturday, July 29, 2017

New Issue: Journal of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the Journal of International Arbitration (Vol. 34, no. 3, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Sundaresh Menon, Adjudicator, Advocate, or Something in Between? Coming to Terms with the Role of the Party-Appointed Arbitrator
  • Neil Kaplan, Winter of Discontent
  • Chiann Bao, Third Party Funding in Singapore and Hong Kong: The Next Chapter
  • Nicolas Wiegand, Can Asia Cut the Costs?
  • Mel Andrew Schwing, The KLRCA I-Arbitration Rules: A Shari’a-Compliant Solution to the Problems with Islamic Finance Dispute Resolution in Singapore and Malaysia?
  • João Ribeiro & Stephanie Teh, The Time for a New Arbitration Law in China: Comparing the Arbitration Law in China with the UNCITRAL Model Law
  • Fan Yang, ‘How Long Have You Got?’: Towards a Transparent and Streamlined System for Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards in China
  • Harshad Pathak & Pratyush Panjwani, Parallel Proceedings in Indian Arbitration Law: Invoking Lis Pendens
  • Mariel Dimsey, Hong Kong’s Year in Review: A Résumé of 2016 Arbitration Developments
  • John Bang & David MacArthur, Korean Arbitration Act Amended to Adopt Key Features of 2006 Model Law Amendments