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Arbitration - The Next Fifty Years

Arbitration - The Next Fifty Years

Arbitration - The Next Fifty Years

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Edited by Albert Jan van den Berg
Publish Date
05/18/2012
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Kluwer Law International
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In June 2011 the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) marked its fiftieth anniversary with a celebratory conference in Geneva, the birthplace of ICCA.

This volume, ICCA Congress Series no. 16, comprises the proceedings of the conference, in which eminent arbitration scholars and practitioners assess the current state of arbitration – both international commercial arbitration and international investment arbitration – and what the future holds for arbitration and for ICCA.

ISBN: 9789041138088
Pages: 312
SKU: 9041138080
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Preface Albert Jan van den Berg, General Editor

Introductory Remarks
Jan Paulsson, President of ICCA

Welcome Message from the Swiss Federal Government Simonetta Sommaruga

Gala Dinner Address
V.V. Veeder
Memories from ICCA’s First Fifty Years

Introduction to ICCA’S 50TH Anniversary Conference Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler

The Present – Commercial Arbitration as a Transnational System of Justice

Chair: Albert Jan van den Berg

Introduction: Albert Jan van den Berg
The Present – Commercial Arbitration as a Transnational System of Justice: Introduction to the Session

Report: W. Michael Reisman and Brian Richardson
Tribunals and Courts: An Interpretation of the Architecture of International Commercial Arbitration

Comment: Emmanuel Gaillard
International Arbitration as a Transnational System of Justice Comment: Luca G. Radicati Di Brozolo
The Control System of Arbitral Awards: A Pro-Arbitration Critique of Michael Reisman’s “Architecture of International Commercial Arbitration” Comment: Karim Youssef
Universal Arbitration Between Freedom and Constraint: The Challenges of Jurisdiction in Multiparty, Multi-Contract Arbitrations The Present – Investment Arbitration as a Governance Tool for Economic International Relations? Chair: Donald Francis Donovan

Introduction: Donald Francis Donovan
The Present – Investment Arbitration as a Governance Tool for Economic International Relations? Introduction to the Session

Report: José E. Alvarez Is the International Investment Regime a Form of Global Governance? Comment: Bruno Simma
Foreign Investment, Human Rights and Global Governance Comment: Sir Franklin Berman, KCMG, QC The Investment Treaty Arbitrator as Agent of Global Governance Comment: Anthea Roberts The Next Battleground: Standards of Review in Investment Treaty Arbitration

The Future – What Will Change?

Chair: Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler

Round Table Appendices Appendix I: ICCA 50 Organizing Committee A Brief History of ICCA Appendix II: Clyde Croft The Development of Australia as an Arbitral Seat – A Victorian Supreme Court Perspective Annex I: Supreme Court of Victoria, Practice Note 2 of 2010 – Arbitration Business

List of Participants

List of ICCA Officers and Members

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