Monday, February 4, 2013

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 29, no. 1, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Barton Legum, The Ten Commandments of Written Advocacy in International Arbitration
  • Charles N. Brower & Charles B. Rosenberg, The Death of the Two-Headed Nightingale: Why the Paulsson-van den Berg Presumption that Party-Appointed Arbitrators are Untrustworthy is Wrongheaded
  • Stephen Jagusch & Thomas Sebastian, Moral Damages in Investment Arbitration: Punitive Damages in Compensatory Clothing?
  • Martin Valasek & Frédéric Wilson, Distinguishing Expert Determination from Arbitration: The Canadian Approach in a Comparative Perspective
  • Markus A. Petsche, Punitive Damages in International Commercial Arbitration: Much Ado about Nothing?
  • Anjali Anchayil, Bhatia International to Videocon Industries and Yograj Infrastructure: Recasting the Foundations of Arbitration Law in India
  • Sabrina Pearson, Sulamérica v. Enesa: The Hidden Pro-validation Approach Adopted by the English Courts with Respect to the Proper Law of the Arbitration Agreement