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Deference in International Commercial Arbitration

the shared system of control in international commercial arbitration

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Ingenaaid, blz. | Engels
Kluwer Law International | 1e druk, 2023
ISBN13: 9789403503073
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Hoofdrubriek : Juridisch
Kluwer Law International 1e druk, 2023 9789403503073
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Deference in International Commercial Arbitration is a trailblazing book wherein eminent arbitration practitioners and academics offer the first comprehensive and structured analysis of deference in international arbitration. In international arbitration, deference implies that one decision-maker does not make an autonomous assessment but limits its decision-making power out of respect for the decision or authority of another actor. For example, a court exercising post-award review might refrain from reviewing a question of procedure de novo but instead defer to a prior determination made by the arbitral tribunal.

What’s in this book:
Drawing on abundant reference to case law from major arbitration hubs, the analysis is organized around the three relationships in which questions of deference arise:
- public-private relationships in which a State actor (e.g., a court) must decide whether it should pay deference to determinations made by a private actor (e.g., a tribunal or an arbitral institution)
- public-public relationships in which a State actor (e.g., a court at the place of recognition and enforcement) must decide whether it should pay deference to another State actor (e.g., a court at the seat)
- private-private relationships in which a private actor (e.g., an arbitral tribunal) must decide whether it should pay deference to another private actor (e.g., another arbitral tribunal or an arbitral institution)

How this will help you:
The book makes a significant contribution to tracing the boundaries of the multiple layers of control over arbitration proceedings. It takes an enormous leap towards instituting the right counterbalance between the different layers of authority and thus meeting a pivotal challenge for the viability of arbitration as a form of dispute resolution.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9789403503073
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:ingenaaid
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:3-5-2023
ISSN:

Inhoudsopgave

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Acknowledgements

PART I: Introduction
CHAPTER 1: Deference in International Commercial Arbitration: Setting the Stage
Franco Ferrari & Friedrich Rosenfeld
CHAPTER 2: Theoretical Reflections on the Role of Deference in International Arbitration
Esmé Shirlow
CHAPTER 3: Legal Forms and Justifications of Deference in International Arbitration
Stavros Brekoulakis & Mihaela Apostol

PART II: Deference in a Public-Private Relationship
CHAPTER 4: Anticipatory Deference: What Will Courts Decide and Not Decide Before Enforcing an Agreement to Arbitrate?
George A. Bermann
CHAPTER 5: Deference from National Courts to Tribunals on Issues of Jurisdiction at the Post-award Stage
Dennis Solomon
CHAPTER 6: Deference from National Courts to Tribunals on Issues of Public Policy at the Post-award Stage
Giuditta Cordero-Moss
CHAPTER 7: Deference from National Courts to Tribunals on Issues of Procedure at the Post-award Stage
Luke Nottage
CHAPTER 8: Judicial Deference to Decisions of Arbitral Institutions
Rémy Gerbay & Alexander Afnán
CHAPTER 9: Judicial Deference to Decisions of Arbitral Institutions
Ritika Bansal
CHAPTER 10: Deference and Provisional Measures: The Principle of Concurrent Jurisdiction Revisited
Alberto Malatesta
CHAPTER 11: Judicial Deference to Arbitral Tribunals under Section 1782
Linda H. Martin & Kate Apostolova

PART III: Deference in a Public-Public Relationship
CHAPTER 12: Deference from Foreign Enforcement Courts to Decisions of the Courts of the Seat Annulling an Arbitral Award
Emilio Bettoni
CHAPTER 13: Deference from Foreign Enforcement Courts to Decisions of the Courts of the Seat Confirming an Arbitral Award
Weixia Gu

PART IV: Deference in a Private-Private Relationship
CHAPTER 14: Tribunal-to-Tribunal Deference in Unrelated Cases: Where Does Its Future Lie?
Joongi Kim

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