Wednesday, September 26, 2012

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 28, no. 2, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas Schultz & Robert Kovacs, The Rise of a Third Generation of Arbitrators? – Fifteen Years after Dezalay and Garth
  • Phillip Landolt, Arbitrators’ Initiatives to Obtain Factual and Legal Evidence
  • Michael Hwang & Nicholas Thio, A Contextual Approach to the Obligation of Confidentiality in Arbitration in Singapore – An Analysis of the Decision of the Singapore High Court in AAY and Others v. AAZ
  • Lin Yifei, Judicial Review of Arbitration Agreements in China
  • Jennifer L. Gorskie, US Courts and The Anti-Arbitration Injunction
  • Paolo Esposito & Jacopo Martire, Arbitrating in a World of Communicative Reason
  • Clifford J. Hendel, Perspectives on Three Recent Annulment Decisions from Spain – Is Where You Stand Determined by Where You Sit?