Published December 27, 2004
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||485|
The International Arbitration Society established the Arbitration Database in May It is a website destined to become one of the biggest free online databases for lawyers and scholars seeking articles and cases related to international arbitration. Due Process in International Commercial Arbitration, Second Edition thus helps both practitioners new to arbitration procedure and experienced attorneys looking for a cutting-edge discussion of due process issues. It can be used as a handbook for lawyers engaged in arbitral disputes. This is the first publication to identify a universal procedural code for international commercial arbitration. This informative and well-argued discussion of a uniform code for due process is a useful aid for both practitioners and scholars. More than just a useful desk reference, this publication uncovers a unifying arbitration principle in light of the diversity of national traditions. Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Due Process in International Commercial Arbitration Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you. only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site.
Due process and arbitration --The New York convention as a starting point --Arbitration agreement as basis of jurisdiction --Aspects of jurisdiction other than the agreement --The panel and due process --Due process related to facts and evidence --The role of the panel in the proceedings --Fair arbitration: opportunity to present one's case. Due Process in International Commercial Arbitration was written by Matti S. Kurkela, a partner in the Finnish firm of Hannes Snellman. Kurkela has previ- ously published several articles on Finnish arbitration and a book titled Letters of Credit Under International Trade Law: UCC, UCP, and Law Merchant. Arbitration Advocacy in Changing Times, A. J. van den Berg () This book includes essays by various practitioners of international arbitration, focusing on topics relevant to arbitration advocacy such as discovery, the use of the media for certain disputes, witness preparation, and the correction and clarification of arbitral awards. The elements of due process --ch. 3. Arbitration agreement ("mandate in concreto") --ch. 4. Conditions precedent to arbitration as elements of due process --ch. 5. Facts and evidence as elements of due process --ch. 6. The panel --ch. 7. Summary of due process principles --Appendices: American Arbitration Association commerical arbitration.
Due Process in International Commercial Arbitration, Second Edition thus helps both practitioners new to arbitration procedure and experienced attorneys looking for a cutting-edge discussion of due process issues. It can be used as a handbook for lawyers engaged in arbitral disputes. To provide the necessary guidance for lawyers4/5(1). Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice defines international law to include not only custom and convention between States but also the general principles of law recognized by civilized nations within their municipal legal systems. In , Bin Cheng wrote his seminal book on general principles, identifying core legal principles common to various domestic legal . This unique guide aids arbitration counsel and arbitrators alike by identifying a uniform universal procedural code for international commercial arbitration. Moving beyond institution or jurisdictionally-specific analysis to the global, this treatise examines and reconciles the principles of international due process as they continue to emerge. One of the perceived advantages of international arbitration is the freedom a tribunal and parties have to determine the appropriate procedure of the arbitration in order to resolve the dispute in a timely and cost-effective manner, relatively unburdened by national rules of procedure. All a tribunal needs to do is ensure due process is followed.