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The Resource International arbitration and international commercial law : synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten, [edited by] Stefan Michael Kröll, Loukas A. Mistelis, Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Vikki M. Rogers

International arbitration and international commercial law : synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten, [edited by] Stefan Michael Kröll, Loukas A. Mistelis, Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Vikki M. Rogers

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International arbitration and international commercial law : synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten
Title
International arbitration and international commercial law
Title remainder
synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten
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[edited by] Stefan Michael Kröll, Loukas A. Mistelis, Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Vikki M. Rogers
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Language
eng
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NjRocCCS
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no index present
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K2400
LC item number
.I576 2011
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1967-
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  • Kröll, Stefan
  • Mistelis, Loukas A.
  • Perales Viscasillas, Ma. del Pilar
  • Rogers, Vikki M.
  • Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (Firm)
  • Kluwer Law International (Firm)
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Kluwer Arbitration
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  • International commercial arbitration
  • Commercial law
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specialized
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International arbitration and international commercial law : synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten, [edited by] Stefan Michael Kröll, Loukas A. Mistelis, Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Vikki M. Rogers
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©2012 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • The latest developments in commercial arbitration in Romania
  • Grigore Florescu & Cristina Florescu
  • Pathological arbitration clauses : another lawyers' nightmare comes true
  • Daniel Girsberger & Pascal J. Ruch
  • Bringing efficiency to the awarding of fees and costs in international arbitrations
  • John Gotanda
  • Competence-competence and separability : American style
  • Jack Graves & Yelena Davydan
  • Adverse inferences in international arbitration practice
  • Simon Greenberg & Felix Lautenschlager
  • Iura novit curia in international commercial arbitration : how much justice do you want?
  • The UNCITRAL notes on organizing arbitral proceedings : time for an update?
  • Philipp Habegger & Anna von Mühlendahl
  • Arbitration is only as good as its arbitrators
  • Lord Hacking
  • The commercial way to justice
  • Geoffrey M. Beresford Hartwell
  • The judicialization of international arbitration : does the increasing introduction of litigation-style practices, regulations, norms and structures into international arbitration risk a denial of justice in international business disputes?
  • Günther J. Horvath
  • Problems at both ends?
  • Neil Kaplan
  • Christian P. Alberti
  • Law, para-regulatory texts and people in international arbitration : predictability or fureur reglementaire?
  • Pierre A. Karrer
  • The evolving role of an appointing authority
  • Christopher Kee
  • The arbitration agreement in enforcement proceedings of foreign awards : burden of proof and the legal relevance of the tribunal's decision
  • Stefan Kröll
  • Cross-border insolvency and arbitration : which consequences of insolvency proceedings should be given effect in arbitration?
  • Vesna Lazić
  • Arbitral seats : choices and competition
  • Loukas A. Mistelis
  • The TransLex principles : an online research tool for the vis moot and international arbitration
  • Are unilateral appointments defensible? : on Jan Paulsson's moral hazard in international arbitration
  • Alexis Mourre
  • (In)Appropriate compromise : Article 16(3) of the model law and its progeny
  • Vladimir Pavić
  • Moral damages in international investment arbitration
  • Ingeborg Schwenzer & Pascal Hachme
  • A uniform, three-step approach to interest rates in international arbitration
  • Matthew Secomb
  • (In)Arbitrability and exclusive jurisdiction : parallels that matter
  • Alan Uzelac
  • Klaus Peter Berger
  • Can proceeding "not in accordance with the agreement of the parties" be condoned? : remarks on Article V(1)(d) of the New York Convention
  • Tibor Várady
  • Corruption in international arbitration and problems with standard of proof : baseless allegations or prima facie evidence?
  • Stefan Wilske & Todd J. Fox
  • The principle of debtor protection under the UN Convention on the Assignment of Receivables
  • N. Orkun Askeli
  • Consequences of avoidance under the CISG
  • Mariel Dimsey
  • Declaration of price reduction under the CISG : much ado about nothing?
  • Milena Djordjević
  • The "gateway" problem in international commercial arbitration
  • Excluding CISG Article 35(2) quality obligations : the "default rule" view vs the "cumulation" view
  • Harry M. Fletchner
  • Cover pruchase without avoidance : welcome when worthwhile
  • Peter Huber & Ivo Bach
  • Surprising terms in standard contracts under the CISG
  • Robert Koch
  • The CISG "secretariat commentary" : has it stood the test of time?
  • Francesco G. Mazzotta & Vikki M. Rogers
  • The CISG : a lex amicorum
  • Joseph F. Morissey
  • George A. Bermann
  • Avoidance for non-conformity of goods under Art. 49(1)(a) CISG
  • Markus Müller-Chen & Lara M. Pair
  • Bergsten's mark on the law's international reasonable person
  • Elisabeth Opie
  • Mr. Bergsten's neighbourhood : the vis moot, legal education, and rule of law
  • Ronald A. Brand
  • The Willem C. Vi international commercial arbitration moot : reflections from an arbitrator's perspective
  • Hew R. Dundas
  • International arbitration and legal education in the 21st century
  • Martin Hunter & Ziva Filipic
  • The influence of the English language : a gradual acceptance of Anglo-American legal culture in international arbitration
  • Pre-moot serves regional integration
  • Judith Knieper
  • Three perspectives on the Willem C. Vis international commercial arbitration moot
  • Patricia Shaughnessy, Thomas Lavelle & Jonathan Robilotto
  • Making progress : how Eric Bergsten and the Vis moot advance the enterprise of universal peace
  • Mark R. Shulman
  • From competition to symbiosis : commercial context and commercial law and their importance in legal education
  • Pilar Perales Viscasillas & David Ramos Muñoz
  • Problem based learning in legal education
  • Jeff Waincymer
  • Siegfried H. Elsing
  • The development of a unique summer internships abroad program at Pace Law School, 1995-present
  • Gayl Westerman
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1 online resource (vii-x, 842 pages)
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9789041165275
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rdamedia
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Label
International arbitration and international commercial law : synergy, convergence, and evolution : liber amicorum Eric Bergsten, [edited by] Stefan Michael Kröll, Loukas A. Mistelis, Pilar Perales Viscasillas, Vikki M. Rogers
Publication
Note
©2012 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The latest developments in commercial arbitration in Romania
  • Grigore Florescu & Cristina Florescu
  • Pathological arbitration clauses : another lawyers' nightmare comes true
  • Daniel Girsberger & Pascal J. Ruch
  • Bringing efficiency to the awarding of fees and costs in international arbitrations
  • John Gotanda
  • Competence-competence and separability : American style
  • Jack Graves & Yelena Davydan
  • Adverse inferences in international arbitration practice
  • Simon Greenberg & Felix Lautenschlager
  • Iura novit curia in international commercial arbitration : how much justice do you want?
  • The UNCITRAL notes on organizing arbitral proceedings : time for an update?
  • Philipp Habegger & Anna von Mühlendahl
  • Arbitration is only as good as its arbitrators
  • Lord Hacking
  • The commercial way to justice
  • Geoffrey M. Beresford Hartwell
  • The judicialization of international arbitration : does the increasing introduction of litigation-style practices, regulations, norms and structures into international arbitration risk a denial of justice in international business disputes?
  • Günther J. Horvath
  • Problems at both ends?
  • Neil Kaplan
  • Christian P. Alberti
  • Law, para-regulatory texts and people in international arbitration : predictability or fureur reglementaire?
  • Pierre A. Karrer
  • The evolving role of an appointing authority
  • Christopher Kee
  • The arbitration agreement in enforcement proceedings of foreign awards : burden of proof and the legal relevance of the tribunal's decision
  • Stefan Kröll
  • Cross-border insolvency and arbitration : which consequences of insolvency proceedings should be given effect in arbitration?
  • Vesna Lazić
  • Arbitral seats : choices and competition
  • Loukas A. Mistelis
  • The TransLex principles : an online research tool for the vis moot and international arbitration
  • Are unilateral appointments defensible? : on Jan Paulsson's moral hazard in international arbitration
  • Alexis Mourre
  • (In)Appropriate compromise : Article 16(3) of the model law and its progeny
  • Vladimir Pavić
  • Moral damages in international investment arbitration
  • Ingeborg Schwenzer & Pascal Hachme
  • A uniform, three-step approach to interest rates in international arbitration
  • Matthew Secomb
  • (In)Arbitrability and exclusive jurisdiction : parallels that matter
  • Alan Uzelac
  • Klaus Peter Berger
  • Can proceeding "not in accordance with the agreement of the parties" be condoned? : remarks on Article V(1)(d) of the New York Convention
  • Tibor Várady
  • Corruption in international arbitration and problems with standard of proof : baseless allegations or prima facie evidence?
  • Stefan Wilske & Todd J. Fox
  • The principle of debtor protection under the UN Convention on the Assignment of Receivables
  • N. Orkun Askeli
  • Consequences of avoidance under the CISG
  • Mariel Dimsey
  • Declaration of price reduction under the CISG : much ado about nothing?
  • Milena Djordjević
  • The "gateway" problem in international commercial arbitration
  • Excluding CISG Article 35(2) quality obligations : the "default rule" view vs the "cumulation" view
  • Harry M. Fletchner
  • Cover pruchase without avoidance : welcome when worthwhile
  • Peter Huber & Ivo Bach
  • Surprising terms in standard contracts under the CISG
  • Robert Koch
  • The CISG "secretariat commentary" : has it stood the test of time?
  • Francesco G. Mazzotta & Vikki M. Rogers
  • The CISG : a lex amicorum
  • Joseph F. Morissey
  • George A. Bermann
  • Avoidance for non-conformity of goods under Art. 49(1)(a) CISG
  • Markus Müller-Chen & Lara M. Pair
  • Bergsten's mark on the law's international reasonable person
  • Elisabeth Opie
  • Mr. Bergsten's neighbourhood : the vis moot, legal education, and rule of law
  • Ronald A. Brand
  • The Willem C. Vi international commercial arbitration moot : reflections from an arbitrator's perspective
  • Hew R. Dundas
  • International arbitration and legal education in the 21st century
  • Martin Hunter & Ziva Filipic
  • The influence of the English language : a gradual acceptance of Anglo-American legal culture in international arbitration
  • Pre-moot serves regional integration
  • Judith Knieper
  • Three perspectives on the Willem C. Vis international commercial arbitration moot
  • Patricia Shaughnessy, Thomas Lavelle & Jonathan Robilotto
  • Making progress : how Eric Bergsten and the Vis moot advance the enterprise of universal peace
  • Mark R. Shulman
  • From competition to symbiosis : commercial context and commercial law and their importance in legal education
  • Pilar Perales Viscasillas & David Ramos Muñoz
  • Problem based learning in legal education
  • Jeff Waincymer
  • Siegfried H. Elsing
  • The development of a unique summer internships abroad program at Pace Law School, 1995-present
  • Gayl Westerman
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (vii-x, 842 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789041165275
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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