Monday, March 16, 2009

New Volume: Baltic Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 8, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Arbitration in the Baltics: Contemporary Issues
    • Galina Žukova, Arbitration in Three Baltic States: A Thorny Path of Learning
    • Jan Ramberg, What Arbitrators Can and Cannot Do
    • Asko Pohla, New Arbitration Legislation in Estonia: Role of State Courts in Arbitral Proceedings
    • Inga Kačevska, An Arbitration Agreement in Latvian Arbitration Environment
    • Kalvis Torgāns, Possible Solutions to Challenges of Arbitral Awards in Latvia
    • Rimantas Simaitis & Renata Beržanskienė, Arbitration in Lithuania: The Matter of Fact
    • Nina Vilkova, Arbitration Agreement and its Impact upon the Efficiency of Dispute Resolution in International Commercial Arbitration
    • Ieva Kalniņa, Iura Novit Curia: Scylla and Charybdis of International Arbitration?
    • Mārtiņš Paparinskis, Barcelona Traction: A Friend of Investment Protection Law
  • Jaanika Erne, Conferral of Powers by the Estonian State on International Organisations
  • Loreta Šaltinytė, Interpreting an Arbitration Clause under Lithuanian Law of 1993: Svenska Petroleum v. the Government of the Republic of Lithuania
  • Rytis Satkauskas, Lithuanian-Latvian Border Arbitration 1920–1921