Saturday, July 2, 2011

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 27, no. 2, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Fali Nariman, Ten Steps to Salvage Arbitration in India: The First LCIA-India Arbitration Lecture
  • Yulia Andreeva, Interpreting Consent to Arbitration as a Unilateral Act of State: A Case Against Conventions
  • Michele Potestà, The Interpretation of Consent to ICSID Arbitration Contained in Domestic Investment Laws
  • Guido Carducci, Arbitration, Anti-suit Injunctions and Lis Pendens under the European Jurisdiction Regulation and the New York Convention — Notes on West Tankers, the Revision of the Regulation and Perhaps of the Convention
  • Lucy Greenwood, A Window of Opportunity? Building a Short Period of Time into Arbitral Rules in Order for Parties to Explore Settlement
  • Michael Kotrly & Edgar Sexton, Looking Out and Looking In: Reconciling Domestic and Internationalist Considerations in the Enforcement and Review of Arbitration Awards in Canada
  • Christopher Koch, The Limits of Arbitrators’ Powers to Adjudicate Fees and Expenses — Commentary on the Swiss Supreme Court Decision 136 III 597 of 10 November 2010
  • Joshua Fellenbaum, GEA v. Ukraine and the Battle of Treaty Interpretation Principles Over the Salini Test