Friday, September 23, 2011

New Issue: Journal of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the Journal of International Arbitration (Vol. 28, no. 4, August 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Nicolas C. Ulmer, Language, Truth, and Arbitral Accuracy
  • Cornel Marian, Who is Afraid of Nottebohm? — Reconciling the ICSID Nationality Requirement for Natural Persons with Nottebohm’s “Effective Nationality” Test
  • Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz & Santiago Dellepiane, Using an Event Study Methodology to Compute Damages in International Arbitration Cases
  • Fan Kun, Prospects of Foreign Arbitration Institutions Administering Arbitration in China
  • Nicholas Pengelley, Confidentially Speaking: Commercial Arbitration in Canada’s Open Courts
  • Beatrice Castellane, The New French Law on International Arbitration
  • Nadia Darwazeh & Baptiste Rigaudeau, Clues to Construing the New French Arbitration Law — An ICC Perspective on Procedural Efficiency, Good Faith, and Independence
  • Jennifer Kirby, Witness Preparation: Memory and Storytelling
  • Jacob Grierson & Mireille Taok, Dallah : Conflicting Judgments from the U.K. Supreme Court and the Paris Cour d’Appel