Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook Series, VOLUME 3
About this book:
Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook 2021, an annual publication initiated under the aegis of the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, is devised to address the information needs of arbitration practitioners and parties worldwide. Every year, Stockholm is the arbitration seat of choice for numerous parties striving to resolve international disputes. It is the second most used venue for investment disputes and oftentimes the venue for disputes emerging from the Energy Charter Treaty.
What’s in this book:
The following topics form a part of the present edition:
- a guide to the arbitral tribunal’s deliberation and decision making;
- getting unwilling witnesses to appear;
- recent Swedish case law related to arbitration;
- claims based on fraud and other non-contractual claims;
- two parties with several arbitration agreements; and
- interaction between experts and the arbitral tribunal.
How this will help you:
The perspective and thorough analyses provided by the Yearbook will be appreciated by arbitration practitioners, counsel and judges deciding arbitration cases. It will also furnish valuable insights for arbitration academics, in-house counsel at multinational companies and arbitral institutions from the world over.
Disclaimer: This title is in pre-production and any names, credits or associations are subject to change. The current table of contents and subject matter is for pre-release sample purposes only.
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Chapter 1 Swedish Arbitration-Related Case Law 2020-2021
Chapter 2 Arbitration in Climate Change Finance
Chapter 3 How Do Tribunals Deliberate? A Guide to Effective Arbitral Decision-Making in International Arbitration
Chapter 4 Comments on the Use of Dissenting Opinions
Chapter 5 Calling Uncooperative Witnesses With or Without the Arbitral Tribunal’s Assistance
Chapter 6 United States Case Law Developments under 28 U.S.C. §1782 with Regard to International Arbitration Proceedings
Anke Meier & Barbara Maucher
Chapter 7 Arbitral Jurisdiction in Respect of Claims Based on Fraud and Other Non-contractual Grounds
Chapter 8 The Impact of Unilateral Sanctions on Institutional Arbitration
Chapter 9 What Is the Governing Law of the Arbitration Agreement? A Comparison Between the English and Swedish Approaches
James Hope & Lisa Johansson
Chapter 10 Two Parties – Several Contracts: A Four-Step Method for Assessing Arbitral Tribunals’ Jurisdiction Post Belgor
Daniel Waerme & Louise Wendleby
Chapter 11 Protecting Confidentiality Within Arbitral Proceedings
Anna-Maria Tamminen & Viktor Saavola
Chapter 12 Expert Determination – Interaction with the Arbitral Tribunal and the Conflict of Competences Between Both: An International Perspective
Chapter 13 Witness Examination in International Arbitration – Best Practices Regarding Cross-Examination and Related Issues
Rikard Wikström-Hermansen & Christopher Spreigl
Chapter 14 The Alleged Failure of Arbitration to Address Due Process Concerns: Is Arbitration under Attack?
Chapter 15 Virtual Arbitration Hearings under Swedish Law
Edward Jansson Stiernblad