These are the 2007 Fordham Papers, the first annual volume of papers on international arbitration and mediation written by leading figures in these fields who spoke at the 2007 annual conference on international arbitration and mediation held at the Fordham Law School in New York City. The five chapters of 23 papers address current issues of international arbitration, including investor-state arbitration, the conduct of international arbitration and jurisdictional issues, remedies and defenses, recent developments in arbitrator disclosure law and practice, and international mediation, including ethics, training, process, and growth of mediation. The papers focus on both practical considerations and scholarly analyses. Contributors include: Antonio Parra, Lucy Reed, Daina Bray, Brigitte Stern, Barton Legum, Charles Brower, Michael Ottolenghi, Yves Derains, Judith Gill, John Barcelo, Yuval Shany, Jonas Benedictsson, Julian Lew, Sigvard Jarvin, Richard Mosk, Robert Davidson, James Carter, Lorraine Brennan, Michael Hwang, Katie Chung, Fong Lee Cheng, Kathleen Scanlon, Fern Smith, Jon Lang, Eileen Carroll, Norris Yang, and Mercedes Tarrazon.
Monday, July 7, 2008
Rovine: Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2007
Arthur W. Rovine has published Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2007 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2008). Here's the abstract: