Wednesday, September 7, 2016

New Issue: Arbitration International

The latest issue of Arbitration International (Vol. 32, no. 3, September 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Alan Redfern & Sam O’Leary, Why it is time for international arbitration to embrace security for costs
    • Klaus Peter Berger & J. Ole Jensen, Due process paranoia and the procedural judgment rule: a safe harbour for procedural management decisions by international arbitrators
    • Maxi Scherer, The fate of parties’ agreements on judicial review of awards: a comparative and normative analysis of party-autonomy at the post-award stage
  • Recent Developments
    • Odysseas G. Repousis, Why Russian investment treaties could apply to Crimea and what would this mean for the ongoing Russo–Ukrainian territorial conflict
    • Johan Tufte-Kristensen, The unilateral appointment of co-arbitrators
    • Valentina Frignati, Ethical implications of third-party funding in international arbitration
    • Adam Beaumont, Reasons and reasons for reasons revisited: has the domestic arbitral award moved away from the fundamental basis behind the reasoned award, and is it now time for realignment?