Tuesday, October 12, 2010

New Issue: ICSID Review: Foreign Investment Law Journal

The latest issue of the ICSID Review: Foreign Investment Law Journal (Vol. 24, no. 1, Spring 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • 26th AAA/ICC/ICSID Joint Colloquium on International Arbitration — Adapting Arbitration to a Changing World
    • Nassib G. Ziadé, Conference Overview
    • William K Slate, II, Institutional Developments at the American Arbitration Association
    • John Beechey, Institutional Developments at the ICC International Court of Arbitration
    • Meg Kinnear, Institutional Developments at ICSID
    • Carolyn B. Lamm, Eckhard R. Hellbeck, Michael P. Daly & Matthew N. Drossos, Users' Perspectives on Challenges Facing the Institutions in a Changing World
    • Henri C. Alvarez & Mark W. Friedman, What Should Parties Expect from Arbitrators and What Should Arbitrators Expect from Parties?
    • Nassib G. Ziadé, How Many Hats Can a Player Wear: Arbitrator, Counsel and Expert?
    • Mark Kantor, Third-Party Funding in International Arbitration: An Essay About New Developments
    • Richard Naimark, Implications of the Financial Crisis for the Arbitration Community
    • Brigitte Stern, Are Some Issues Too Political to Be Arbitrable?
    • Cherie Booth, Is There a Place for Human Rights Considerations in International Arbitration?
    • Mohamed Abdel Raouf, How Should International Arbitrators Tackle Corruption Issues?
    • Albert Jan van den Berg, Modernizing and Simplifying the Multilateral Instruments in International Arbitration
    • Jason Fry, The Adequacy of the Arbitration Rules
    • Mark A. Clodfelter, The Adaptation of States to the Changing World of Investment Protection through Model BITs
    • Lucy Reed & Stanimir A. Alexandrov, Concluding Remarks
  • W. Michael Reisman, International Investment Arbitration and ADR: Married but Best Living Apart Challenge Decisions