Global Arbitration Review: The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration - Book Review
21 Jul 2017
This Special Issue sets out to explore the roles that a non-legal adjudicator can play and must play in today's international or national dispute settlement. Guest Editors: Katia Fach Gómez (University of Zaragoza, Spain) and Weiwei Zhang (The Graduate Institute, Geneva)
After a series of TDM specials in 2016, we hereby publish the first issue of 2017 which covers a variety of topics including the EU, Procedural issues, ISDS, NAFTA, Yukos, Diversity, CILS conference papers and others. This issue also includes three Young-OGEMID seminar reports.
Prepared by guest editors Dr. Ignacio Torterola and Quinn Smith this second Latin America special continues to addresses the various challenges and changes at work in dispute resolution in Latin America.
This Special presents diverse views on a number of salient topics affecting int'l arbitration involving the African continent. These issues will continue to unfold as Africa continues to emerge as a geographic region of importance in the international arbitral community....
The papers from this "Three Centuries of Arbitration for Peace" TDM/SCC Special are runner-up submissions of the writing competition initiated by the SCC to celebrate their centennial anniversary in 2017. The book "Arbitrating for Peace" will be published by Kluwer Law International.
Prepared by guest editors Dr. Ignacio Torterola and Quinn Smith this special issue addresses the various challenges and changes at work in dispute resolution in Latin America. Perhaps as a sign of the diverse interests in the region, this is only the first volume ...
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