Friday, December 11, 2015

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 31, no. 4, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Agora: International Commercial Arbitration (2nd edition) by Gary B. Born
    • Foreword by Thomas W. Walsh
    • Book Reviews by John M. Townsend, Bernard Rix, Teresa Cheng, Nadia Darwazeh, and Michael Hwang
  • Articles
    • Miriam Driessen-Reilly, Private damages in EU competition law and arbitration: a changing landscape
    • Claudia Pharaon, The extent of arbitrators’ power to order class arbitration
  • Recent Developments
    • Sharad Bansal & Divyanshu Agrawal, Are anti-arbitration injunctions a malaise? An analysis in the context of Indian law
    • Massimo V. Benedettelli, Human rights as a litigation tool in international arbitration: reflecting on the ECHR experience
    • Varun N. Ghosh, An uncertain shield: res judicata in arbitration
    • Rohan V. Tigadi & Aditya Pratap Singh, Indian Premier League and XIX Commonwealth Games take arbitrability of fraud in India by storm
    • Raúl Pereira de Souza Fleury, Umbrella clauses: a trend towards its elimination