The latest issue of Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management (Vol. 74, no. 1, February 2008) is out. Contents include:
- Michael McIlwraith & Roland Schroeder, The view from an international arbitration customer: in dire need of early resolution
- Justin Michaelson & Gordon Blanke, Anti-suit injunctions and the recoverability of legal costs as damages for breach of an arbitration agreement
- Nicholas Tse & Natasha Peter, Confronting the matrix: do the IBA Rules require amendment to deal with the challenges posed by electronically stored information?
- Stephen Hardy, ADR’s coming of age in the work place
- Peter Gillies, Forum non conveniens in the context of international commercial arbitration
- Steven Caplow, Arbitration class action waivers in the United States and Canada
- Emanuela Lecchi & Michael Cover, Arbitrating competition law cases
- Quentin Tannock, Public policy as a ground for setting aside an award: is Zimbabwe out of step?
- Sam Luttrell, The enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Indonesia: a comment on Karaha Bodas Co. LLC v Perusahaan Pertambangan Minyak Dan Gas Bumi Negara