Tuesday, April 7, 2009

New Issue: American Review of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the American Review of International Arbitration (Vol. 18, no. 3, 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas E. Carbonneau, "Arbitracide": The Story of Anti-Arbitration Sentiment in the U.S. Congress
  • Alexis Mourre & Janice Feigher, Can the Statutory Grounds for Review of Arbitral Awards Be Changed by the Parties? A French Law Perspective
  • Bernardo M. Cremades & Alicia M. Blanco, Modification by Agreement of the Statutory Grounds to Set Aside International Arbitral Awards in Spain
  • Hans Smit, Annulment and Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards: A Practical Perspective
  • Hans Smit, Postscript: The Cour de Cassation's Decision in Putrabali
  • Fuyong Chen, Striving for Independence, Competence, and Fairness: A Case Study of the Beijing Arbitration Commission
  • Mauricio Gomm-Santos & Quinn Smith, On Dangerous Footing: The Non-Statutory Standards For Reviewing an Arbitral Award