About TDM (ISSN 1875-4120)
TDM is a peer-review online journal publishing about various aspects of international arbitration with a special focus on investment arbitration. Since the first issue was published in 2004 it has gained popularity among a large number of law firms, academics and other professionals in the field of arbitration. A TDM subscription includes A) access to the journal; B) OGEMID membership; C) the Legal & Regulatory database; and D) the Audiovisual library.
Transnational Dispute Management Main benefits:
- Established reputation for quality: More than 80 percent of the largest international law firms and the Executive Office of the President of the Unites States are TDM subscribers.
- Always stay up-to-date about new trends and insights in international arbitration.
- Join OGEMID: The world's only high-profile arbitration discussion forum.
- Extensive archive providing background and research information.
- Save time with our legal and regulatory database, containing more than 6500 documents from over 200 countries.
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TDM Products & Services
A) TDM Journal (ISSN 1875-4120)
The TDM Journal is a comprehensive and innovative information service on the management of international disputes. It has a focus on the rapidly evolving area of investment arbitration, but also publishes in other significant areas of international investment such as oil, gas, energy, infrastructure, mining, utilities and other subjects. It deals both with formal adjudicatory procedures (mainly investment and commercial arbitration), but also mediation/ADR methods, negotiation and managerial ways to manage transnational disputes efficiently.
Open to all to read and to contribute
TDM has become the hub of a global professional and academic network, and therefore we invite all those with an interest in investment/international arbitration and dispute management to contribute articles. In addition to full length articles, we are looking for short comments on recent developments of broad interest. We would like where possible such comments to be backed-up by provision of in-depth notes and articles and primary legal and regulatory materials. Please contact us if you want to participate in this global network: we are ready to publish contributions with name, photo, and brief biographical description - but we will also accept anonymous ones.
Fully searchable archive
The TDM journal started in 2004. As a result, there is an extensive database with over 2000 articles available. This fully searchable archive will help you with your research and can provide valuable background information and insights. The full archive is only available for premium subscribers.
- Fully searchable archive of all published issues and articles.
- Full text articles which can be downloaded as Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF) files.
- Articles made available by author, issue and category.
- A number of specials every year on topical issues.
- Articles are made available in between issue via the "Advance publication" service.
OGEMID is the world's only high-profile arbitration discussion forum. Among professionals it is widely regarded as the best way to stay up-to-date and to receive the most recent information about arbitration. OGEMID brings together most of the world's experienced professionals in the field of international dispute management, mainly arbitration, mediation, negotiation, with a particular emphasis on investment disputes. OGEMID members are now the most up-to-date and best informed professionals in these fields. The largest benefit of the OGEMID mailing list is that it provides insights in thoughts from different perspectives. Arbitrators, practitioners, academics, judges, corporate counsel and many other high profile individuals are contributing to the discussions on the OGEMID forum.
Learn more about OGEMID here
C) TDM Legal & Regulatory Materials
A valuable asset of your TDM subscription is the database of Legal and Regulatory Materials, a growing collection of: laws, regulations, contracts, guidelines and tribunal/court awards. The database already contains a large collection of laws, treaties, agreements, awards and other primary materials related to commercial and international arbitration.
Different from existing services, this "TDM knowledge bank" will focus in particular on the inclusion of authoritative "soft" regulatory materials - voluntary codes, guidelines, standards, resolutions and declarations. Both the impact of the NGO "civil society", the corporate governance and the professional communities will be reflected in the "soft" regulation database.
- Fully searchable database which contains a growing collection of laws, regulations, contracts, guidelines, tribunal/court awards.
- Documents can be downloaded as Adobe Acrobat Reader (PDF) files.
- Documents can be browsed by category, country, date.
- Regularly updated with new material.
D) Audiovisual libary
The TDM/OGEMID Audiovisual Library contains selected interviews and conference proceedings for exclusive use by its members. Suggestions for interviews and events are welcome. You can learn more here.
The Transnational Dispute Management ISSN number: 1875-4120
Oil, Gas and Energy Law (OGEL, ISSN 1875-418X) is a comprehensive and innovative information service dealing with many different subjects related to oil, gas and energy law and regulations. Subjects include oil-gas-energy law, regulation, treaties, judicial and arbitral cases, voluntary guidelines, tax and contracting, including the oil-gas-energy geopolitics. See www.ogel.org for more details on published issues and details on how to contribute. Be sure to check out our special arrangement for a combined OGEL/TDM subscription.
Founding editor of TDM is Professor Thomas W. Wälde (1949-2008). In February 2009 an editorial committee took over the various roles of Professor Wälde for the OGEL and TDM Journals and the associated discussion fora OGELFORUM and OGEMID.
OGEL / OGELFORUM and TDM / (Young-)OGEMID are joint ventures of Maris BV and Camko Ltd. Camko Ltd. was founded in 2008 by the family of founding editor Thomas W. Wälde to ensure continuation of the various publications.