Comparative Law of International Arbitration
This new and updated English language edition of an acclaimed French language text guides practitioners through the international arbitration process from beginning to end. It covers each step of arbitral procedure, from the conclusion of the arbitration agreement to the enforcement of the arbitral award, from a comparative standpoint, helping practitioners decide which jurisdiction / institution's rules they wish to be bound by. beginning, middle and end of an international commercial arbitration; compares the rules in each of the major arbitration jurisdictions at each stage of the process; pinpoints strengths and weaknesses of arbitration in each jurisdiction; supplies detailed advice on topics such as the arbitration agreement, how to progress a case, the award and enforcement of the award; reproduces a comprehensive selection of comparative materials, drawn from the UNCITRAL and UN texts, as well as national legislation from Sweden, Belgium, Germany, England, Italy, Holland, France and Switzerland; and features materials on the form and content of arbitral deliberations not normally available in the public domain.
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The Law Governing the Arbitration lex arbitrii
Deﬁnition and Essential Elements
The Arbitral Tribunal
Control of the Arbitral Tribunals Jurisdiction
The Arbitral Procedure
The Law Applicable to the Merits of the Dispute
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