|aInternational arbitration :|bcases and materials /|cby Gary Born.
|aAustin :|bAspen Publishers,|cc2011.
|al, 1263 p. ;|c26 cm.
|aAspen casebook series
|aLegal framework for international arbitration agreements -- International arbitration agreements : basic issues -- Formation and validity of international arbitration agreements -- Interpretation of international arbitration agreements -- International arbitration agreements : non-signatory issues -- Selection of arbitral seat in international arbitration -- Selection and removal of arbitrators in international arbitration -- Procedural issues in international arbitration -- Provisional measures in international arbitration -- Multiparty issues in international arbitration -- Choice of substantive law in international arbitration -- Representation and professional responsibility in international arbitration -- Legal framework for international arbitral awards -- Annulment and revision of international arbitral awards -- Recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards.
|aComplemented by the author's: International arbitration. Documentary supplement.
Based on Gary Born's well-known treatise, International Commercial Arbitration: Commentary and Materials, one of the leading authorities in the field, this new casebook is a thoroughly international approach to international commercial arbitration, focusing on the New York Convention and UNCITRAL Model Law. International Arbitration: Cases and Materials features: An easy-to-use and accessible structure, organized chronologically to follow the course of an international arbitration (arbitration agreements, arbitral proceedings, arbitral awards) Judicial decisions and statutory materials that are drawn from all leading jurisdictions (including Europe, Asia, United States and Canada) Arbitral awards under all leading rules A thorough treatment of international arbitration in the United States, under the FAA Materials on investment arbitration and state-to-state arbitration, which are used as comparisons to commercial materials. Gary Born has skillfully distilled his authoritative two-volume treatise to produce International Arbitration: Cases and Materials, an equally authoritative, yet completely accessible casebook.