Sunday, September 13, 2015

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 31, no. 3, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Rusty Park, Michael Mustill: a reminiscence
  • L. Yves Fortier, Arbitrators, corruption, and the poetic experience: ‘When power corrupts, poetry cleanses’
  • Albert Jan van den Berg, Charles Brower’s problem with 100 per cent—dissenting opinions by party-appointed arbitrators in investment arbitration
  • Sam Luttrell, ICSID provisional measures ‘in the round’
  • Lucy Greenwood & C. Mark Baker, Is the balance getting better? An update on the issue of gender diversity in international arbitration
  • Ridhi Kabra, Has Abaclat v Argentina left the ICSID with a ‘mass’ive problem?
  • Jingzhou Tao & Mariana Zhong, A quick read of the CIETAC arbitration rules 2015
  • Mark R. Joelson, Arbitration in the United States under the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
  • Ioannis Avgoustis, A short note on the Piraeus Maritime Arbitration Rules
  • Manuel Gómez Carrión, Joinder of third parties: new institutional developments
  • Rizwan Hussain, Taisei Corporation v A.M. Construction Co. (Pvt.) Ltd.—Decision of the Lahore High Court in light of the New York Convention