Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook Series, 2020
Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook, an annual publication, launched under the auspices of the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, is fabricated to meet the information needs of arbitration practitioners and parties worldwide. Each year, Stockholm is the arbitration seat of choice for numerous parties aspiring to resolve international disputes. It is the second most used venue for investment disputes, and it is often the venue for disputes arising from the Energy Charter Treaty.
What’s in this book:
The present edition provides authoritative chapters, some of them with a Swedish angle, that address current matters of global concern in arbitration, including the following:
- dispute resolution in the financial sector;
- emergency arbitration;
- recent Swedish case law related to arbitration and in particular one seminal case;
- arbitrator liability;
- the right to a public hearing in arbitration; and
- squeeze-out arbitration.
How this will help you:
The Yearbook furnishes both a perspective and an in-depth analyses that will be appreciated by arbitration practitioners, counsel and judges deciding arbitration cases. It will also provide valuable insights for arbitration academics, in-house counsel at multinational companies and arbitral institutions worldwide.
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Swedish Arbitration-Related Case Law 2019–2020
ISDA and ADR: A Brief History of a Long Relationship
A Negotiation Perspective on the Agreement to Arbitrate and Its Completion
Eric M. Runesson
Harmonising Cultural Differences in International Arbitration: The Role of Parties’ Reasonable Expectations and Counsel’s Ethical Rules
Patrick Taylor, Shreya Aren & Alma M. Mozetic
The Belgor Case: Towards an Extensive Interpretation and Application of Arbitration Agreements
Anders Reldén & Jacob Frank
Expedited Arbitration Rules for Investment Disputes: ICSID Amendment Process and UNCITRAL Working Group II
COVID-19 and the Embracing of Technology: A ‘New Normal’ for International Arbitration
Emergency Arbitration: A Maturing and Evolving Procedure
The Right to a Public Hearing in Arbitration in Light of ECtHR Judgments
Fast Track Arbitration in the Nordics: Where Do We Go from Here?
Ola Ø. Nisja
Recent Finnish Supreme Court Case Law in the Arbitration Landscape
Kirsi Kannaste & Laura Tuure
Court Control on Arbitral Awards: Public Policy, Uniform Application of EU Law and Arbitrability
Sovereign Immunity from Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards: Sweden’s Liberal and Pragmatic Contribution
Approaches to Arbitrators’ Liability: Immunity or Liability?
Squeeze-Out Arbitration: A Comparative Analysis Between Finland and Sweden