Sunday, September 6, 2009

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. 75, no. 2, May 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Raghar Sharma, Sanctity of foreign awards: recent developments in India
  • Jane Wessel & Peter Eyre, US discovery in aid of foreign or international proceedings: recent developments relating to Title 28 US Code Section 1782
  • Michael Davison & Nowak Lucja, International arbitration: how can it deliver on its promise?
  • Lord Woolf, Mediation in arbitration in the pursuit of justice
  • Anthony Evans, Forget ADR! Think A or D
  • Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel, Past, present and future perspectives of arbitration
  • Doug Jones, Dealing with a multi-tiered dispute resolution process
  • Richard Kreindler, Arbitrating with different legal traditions: civil law
  • Dato Cecil Abraham, Arbitration of investment disputes: a Malaysian perspective
  • Mohamed Ismail Mohamed Shariff, Specific issues in Islamic dispute resolution
  • Mark Hoyle, Specific issues in Islamic dispute resolution
  • Rashda Rana, Is adjudication killing arbitration?
  • Bruce Harris, Maritime disputes: now and in the future
  • John Tackaberry, Adjudication and arbitration: the when and why in construction disputes
  • Andrew Berkeley, The changing political environment for investment agreements
  • Don McKinnon, Can good offices assist in relation to resource nationalism?
  • Thomas Mensah, The potential role of good offices
  • David Branson, Do established international dispute resolution bodies have a role?
  • Johan Gernandt, Resolving disputes between resource-rich and consuming countries