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Cambridge Compendium of International Commercial and Investment Arbitration 3 Volume

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Gebonden, 1750 blz. | Engels
Cambridge University Press | 1e druk, 2023
ISBN13: 9781108378406
Cambridge University Press 1e druk, 2023 9781108378406
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The Compendium, like an encyclopedia, contains entries for most of the foundational principles and concepts underlying arbitration. Each entry takes a holistic view of international arbitration, as they tackle core concepts from both a commercial and an investment arbitration perspective, focusing on the fundamental issues underlying the various topics rather than on the solutions adopted in any particular jurisdiction, thus making the Compendium a truly cross-border, transnational resource. This innovative approach will allow readers to identify the commonalities as well as the differences between commercial and investment arbitration, whether and where cross-fertilization has taken place and what consequences it can have.

This approach allows the Compendium to be a tool in promoting the creation of a culture of international arbitration that considers commercial arbitration and investment arbitration as part of a whole but with certain distinct features particular to each.

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ISBN13:9781108378406
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:1750
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:2-3-2023
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Select Contributors
Contributors xiii-xx
Preface xxi-xxii

Part I - Foundations 1-136

1 - Arbitration as a Dispute Resolution Process: Historical Developmentspp 3-26
2 - Theories of International Arbitrationpp 27-46
3 - Limitations to Party Autonomy in International Arbitrationpp 47-80
4 - The Legal Framework of Arbitration: International and National Sourcespp 81-103
5 - Particularities of Investment Arbitrationpp 104-136

Part II - Public Law Questions Relating to Arbitrationpp 137-280
Select 6 - Human Rights in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration
6 - Human Rights in International Commercial and Investment Arbitrationpp 139-185
7 - Democracy and International Investment Lawpp 186-210
8 - Investment Arbitration and the Rule of Lawpp 211-243
9 - Arbitration and the Development of Lawpp 244-280

Part III - Stakeholders in Arbitrationpp 281-438
10 - Parties and Affected Others: Signatories and Non-signatories to International Arbitration Agreementspp 283-304
11 - Third-Party Funderspp 305-329
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Select 12 - Arbitrators
12 - Arbitratorspp 330-362
13 - Arbitral Institutionspp 363-388
14 - International Arbitration and Society at Largepp 389-423
15 - States as Participants in International Arbitrationpp 424-438

Part IV - Applicable Lawpp 439-666
16 - International Commercial Arbitration and Private International Lawpp 441-467
17 - Lex Arbitri and the Rules of Procedurepp 468-481
18 - Applicable Law in Commercial Arbitrationpp 482-511
19 - Applicable Law in International Investment Arbitrationpp 512-536
20 - The Emergence of Soft Law as an Applicable Source of Procedural and Substantive Lawpp 537-562
21 - Mandatory Law: International Commercial and Investment Treaty Arbitrationpp 563-585
22 - Applicable Ethical Framework in Commercial and Investment Arbitrationpp 586-666

Part V - Jurisdiction of the Arbitratorpp 667-956
23 - The Arbitration Agreement: Legal Nature, the Contractual and the Jurisdictional Aspect 669-696
24 - The Various Forms of ‘Consent’ in International Arbitration 697-737
25 - Protecting and Challenging the Arbitrator’s Jurisdiction 738-770
26 - The Competence-Competence Principle’s Positive Effect 771-806
27 - The Competence-Competence Principle’s Negative Effect 807-847
28 - The ‘Separability’ of the Agreement to Arbitrate 848-903
29 - Admissibility versus Jurisdiction 904-916
30 - Settlement Efforts and Contract Adaptation by Arbitral Tribunals 917-956

Part VI - The Arbitral Tribunal 957-1096
31 - Composition of the Arbitral Tribunal 959-990
32 - Arbitrator’s Contractpp 991-1011
33 - The Powers, Duties, and Rights of International Arbitrators 1012-1043
34 - Secretaries to the Arbitral Tribunal 1044-1074
35 - The Role of Party-Appointed Arbitrators versus That of the Chairperson 1075-1096

Part VII - Procedural Questions in Arbitration 1097-1286
36 - Implicit Consent and Unanticipated Risk in Class, Mass, and Collective Arbitration 1099-1126
37 - The Principle of Equal Treatment in International Arbitration 1127-1152
38 - Joinder of Third Parties 1153-1178
39 - Evidentiary Issues in International Arbitration 1179-1210
40 - Provisional Measures by Arbitrators and Emergency Arbitrators 1211-1259
41 - Setting the Language (or Languages) of Arbitration – and the Impact of Language-Related Imperfections in Post-Award Proceedingspp 1260-1286

Part VIII - Role of State Courts in Arbitration 1287-1422
42 - Role of State Courts in Supporting Arbitration 1289-1314
43 - Role of State Courts in Controlling Arbitration 1315-1343
44 - Interim Relief by State Courts 1344-1380
45 - Control of the Courts by Arbitrationpp 1381-1422

Select Part IX - Awards
Part IX - Awardspp 1423-1512
46 - Arbitrator Decision-Making: Heuristics and Other Unconscious Influencespp 1425-1461
47 - The Legal Nature of Arbitral Awardspp 1462-1485
48 - Turning Settlements into Arbitral Awardspp 1486-1512

Part X - Post-Award Issuespp 1513-1630
49 - Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Set Aside or Annulled at the Seat of Arbitrationpp 1515-1542
50 - Enforcement Against States and State Entitiespp 1543-1590
51 - The Law Applicable to Post-Award Issuespp 1591-1608
52 - Post-Award Access to Justice Issues: Using Investment Treaties to Enforce Commercial Arbitration Awardspp 1609-1630

Part XI - Legal Conceptspp 1631-1750
53 - Parallel Proceedings in International Commercial Arbitrationpp 1633-1675
54 - Res Judicata in International Arbitrationpp 1676-1696
55 - International Arbitration and Transparencypp 1697-1722
56 - Contract and Treaty Interpretation in International Arbitrationpp 1723-1750

Part XII - Areas of Concernpp 1751-1852
57 - Weak Parties in International Arbitrationpp 1753-1771
58 - Arbitration and Insolvencypp 1772-1801
59 - Global Governance’s Inescapable Legitimacy Conundrum: A Call to Reform International Commercial Arbitrationpp 1802-1824
60 - Legitimacy of Investment Arbitrationpp 1825-1852

Part XIII - Arbitration and Related Fieldspp 1853-1952
Select 61 - The Promise and Peril of Empiricism and International Investment Law Disputes
61 - The Promise and Peril of Empiricism and International Investment Law Disputespp 1855-1891
62 - Sociology of Arbitratorspp 1892-1909
63 - Economic Analysis of Arbitrationpp 1910-1935
64 - Teaching Arbitrationpp 1936-1952

Part XIV - EU Law and Arbitrationpp 1953-1954
Select 65 - European Union Law in Arbitration Proceedings: Status and Methods
66 - The European Court of Human Rights and Arbitrationpp 1981-2005
67 - EU Law and Investment Arbitration: Of Cooperation, Conflict, and the EU Legal Order’

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