Tuesday, September 2, 2008

New Issue: Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management

The latest issue of Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management (Vol. 74, no. 3, July 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Gordon Blanke & Borzu Sabahi, The New World of Unilateral Offers to Arbitrate: Investment Arbitration and EC Merger Control
  • R.A. Oliver Bolthausen & Peter H. Acker, Obtaining Discovery in International Arbitral Proceedings: The European v American Mentality
  • Vasil Y.E. Marmazov, Pavlo V. Pushkar, & Artem Doudko, Settling International Commercial Disputes in Ukraine; Participants, Legal Framework, Arbitration: Practice and Enforcement of Awards
  • Bernard Rix, The Jewish Contribution to the English Legal System
  • Graham Dunning, Stop - or Go? Injunctions and Arbitration
  • Derek Roebuck, Cleopatra Compromised: Arbitration in Egypt in the First Century BC
  • Anthony Connerty, Monetising Natural Gas: The Resolution of Disputes
  • Vijay Bhatia & Christopher N. Candlin, International Commercial Arbitration Practices: A Discourse Analytical Study
  • D. Mark Cato, What is Reasonable and Satisfactory
  • Nael G. Bunni, Dispute Management - Practice and Promise: The Irish Perspective
  • Tom Wren, The Minister for Finance's New Public Works Arbitration Rules: A Clash with the Bunreacht in the Waiting?
  • Practice Guidelines on Mediation Approved January 8, 2008
  • Kenneth T. Salmon, The Enforcement of Adjudicators' Awards under the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996: Part 28
  • Hew R. Dundas, Recent Arbitration Cases in the English Courts: Section 69 Appeals by Agreement, Commencement of Arbitration and Discontinuance of Arbitration Applications
  • Hew R. Dundas, Partial Enforcement of Arbitral Awards
  • Steven Caplow, Quick is Better than Right: Hall Street Associates LLC v Mattel Inc