Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga, The American Influence on International Commercial Arbitration, 2020, Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed. - Book Review
Article from: TDM 3 (2021), in Book Reviews & Related Materials
This second edition builds on the core tenets of arbitration, still in place in the U.S., that featured in the first edition. In the author's distinctive style, this edition provides a thorough historical, jurisprudential and conceptual underpinning and context to the modern practical challenges faced by the process. The book thus begins with the formation and transformation of the status of international arbitration in the U.S. (Chapters 1 and 2). It contrasts the taking of evidence in the civil law with the common law practice of discovery, reviewing the role of 28 U.S.C. §1782 in ...