A Systemic Approach to Cybersecurity in International Arbitration - Imperative and Implementation
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This special aims to contribute to the discussion on updating, clarifying or modernising the ECT, in view of the rapidly evolving energy landscape. Eds: F. Baetens, I. Mitrev Penusliski, M. Paparinskis, J.P. Gaffney. Intro by Secretary General of the ESC, Urban Rusnák
The last issue of 2018 is a joint OGEL/TDM Special Issue with ArbitralWomen on "Strategic Considerations in Energy Disputes" examining new trends, developments, and challenges in the field of energy disputes. Editors: Alison Pearsall. Esq. and Marily Paralika.
This 2nd regular issue of TDM in 2018 covers a variety of topics including the OHADA, TPF, International Arbitration, Tactics, Human Rights, Mediation, Book Reviews and conference material incl. a Young-OGEMID seminar report.
Costs and delay are common concerns raised by parties in international arbitration. The articles in this Special Issue look at innovative ways to remedy the problem of delay and expense and achieve cost-efficient arbitration proceedings. Eds. Wendy Miles QC and Philippe Cavalieros
ELIHU LAUTERPACHT was a valued member of the Editorial Board of TDM, and we decided that it would be appropriate to mark his passing in 2017 with a few reminiscences by some of those who knew and admired him. Prepared by Professor Maurice Mendelson QC.
This issue provides not only a unique, critical account of the evolution of the dispute resolution framework in India, but also a timely and important contribution to the global debate on dispute resolution practices, pitfalls & paths for further reform. Eds. Prof. Choukroune & R. Donde
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