World Arbitration and Mediation Review

Articles, commentaries and case notes of high quality addressing current issues in international arbitration and mediation. It is published four times each year under editors-in-chief Professor Charles H. Brower II, Lucy Reed and Abby Cohen Smutny, the co-managing editors Rafael Boza and Epaminontas (Nontas) Triantafilou, and a distinguished editorial board. All members of ITA receive a free subscription to the journal.

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Table of Contents

  • Volume 8, No. 1
    • Going Soft: Towards a New Age of Soft Law in International Investment Law? - Marc Jacob and Stephan W. Schill
    • Navigating the "Gateway" to International Arbitration in the U.S. Courts ‒ A Decade of Adventures, Post-Howsam - Timothy G. Nelson
    • Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure Duties of Non-Martian Arbitrators - Manuel Conthe and Antonio Delgado
    • Arbitration Under The Brazilian Law With Regard To The Main Changes Suggested By The Reform Committee - Deborah Alcici Salomão
    • The Interpretation of International Investment Law: Equality, Discrimination and Minimum Standards of Treatment in Historical Context by Todd Weiler - Roberto Aguirre Luzi and Jorge Mattamouros
  • Volume 8, No. 2
    • Can State Counterclaims Salvage Investment Arbitration? - Marc W. Friedman and Ina C. Popova
    • Overlapping Investor-State Arbitration Clauses for Energy and Environmental Disputes in the Energy Charter Treaty Area - Odysseas G. Repousis
    • A Conversation with Hon. Charles N. Brower - Hon. Charles N. Brower with Prof. Charles H. Brower, II
    • The Applicable Law in Foreign Investment Disputes - Jan H. Dalhuisen and Andrew T. Guzman
    • Moving the Goal Post! How Some NAFTA Tribunals have Challenged the FTC Note of Interpretation on the Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard under NAFTA Article 1105 - Patrick Dumberry
  • Volume 7, No. 1
    • Introduction - R. Doak Bishop
    • (2000) The Docket and Decision-Making Process of the International Court of Justice - The Hon. Stephen M. Schwebel
    • (2001) International Arbitration and Sovereignty - Prof. William M. Reisman
    • (2002) The World of Intellectural Property and the Decision to Arbitrate - David D. Caron
    • (2002) The Coming Crisis in the Global Adjudication System - The Hon. Charles N. Brower, Prof. Charles H. Brower, II and Jeremy K. Sharpe
    • (2003) Waiting for Loewen - Jan Paulsson
    • (2004) The Arbitrator and the Law: Does He/She Know It? Apply It? How? And a Few More Questions - Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler
    • (2005) Reflections of an International Arbitrator - Gerald Asken
    • (2006) Interim Measures Under UNCITRAL's Model Law New Proposals - James E. Castello
    • (2006) Why Bother and Why It Matters? - V.V. Veeder
    • (2007) Developing Successful Negotiating Skills - James A. Baker, III
    • (2008) Framing the Case on Quantum - Prof. William W. Park
    • (2008) Damages in International Arbitration: Less is More, More or Less - Lucy F. Reed
    • (2009) Whose Arbitration is it Anyway? A Corporate Perspective on the Duties of Counsel and the Arbitral Tribunal - Carla Powers Herron
    • (2009) Arbitration Integrity: The Transient and the Permanent - Prof. William W. Park
    • (2009) The International Arbitrator as Transnational Judge - Donald Francis Donovan
    • (2010) Moral Hazard in International Dispute Resolution - Jan Paulsson
    • (2011) Advocacy in International Arbitration - Toby Landau
    • (2012) The Quality of Arbitral Decision-Making and Justification - R. Doak Bishop
    • (2013) A Conversation with Gary Born - Gary Born and Prof. Linda J. Silberman
  • Volume 7, No. 2
    • Introduction - Prof. Charles H. Brower, II and Abby Cohen Smutny
    • Plus ca Change...The Persistent Role of States in Control Dispute Settlement and Lawmaking - Andrea K. Bjorklund
    • Experiences, Suggestions, and Expectations Regarding Commercial and Investment Arbitration - Dr. Karl-Heinz Bockstiegel
    • Challenges of International Investment Arbitrators: How Does It Work, and Does It Work? - Prof. Chiara Giorgetti
    • The Delocalisation of DIFC Arbitration in Dubai and the Enforcement of Arbitral Awards - Prof. Abul Maniruzzaman and Ahmed M. Almutawa
    • Twenty-Five Years On: Arbitration Sails Onward Over the Supportive Sea of International Commerce - Dr. John Burritt McArthur
    • Choice of Venue and the Rule of Law - Klaus Reichert, S.C.
    • Limits on Judicial Involvement in Arbitrator Selection - Lionel Schooler
    • The "Culturalization" of Multiparty Arbitration: Developement International Best Practices - Josefa Sicard-Mirabal and Rachel E. Clarke
    • Choice of Venue and the Rule of Law - Klaus Reichert, S.C.
    • Limits on Judicial Involvement in Arbitrator Selection - Lionel Schooler
    • The "Culturalization" of Multiparty Arbitration: Developement International Best Practices - Josefa Sicard-Mirabal and Rachel E. Clarke
    • Doubling Down on Deference? Treatment Standards and the Public Law Fallacy - Prof. Frederic G. Sourgens and Baiju Vasani
    • Increasing Legalism in International Commercial Arbitration: A New Theory of Causes, A New Approach to Cures - Prof. S. I. Strong
    • Civil Liability of Arbitrators and Arbitral Institutions in International Commercial Arbitration: The Development of the Arbitration Laws and Rules in the Last 30 Years - Prof. Pilar Perales Viscasillas
    • Med-Arb: An Argument for Favoring Ex Parte Communications in the Mediation Phase - Edna Sussman
  • Volume 7, No. 3
    • Introduction - R. Doak Bishop and Sophie Nappert
    • Keynote Address: Gateway Issues in International Arbitration - Prof. George A. Bermann
    • Commercial Arbitration - Prof. Thomas J. Stipanowich
    • Investment Arbitration - Sophie Nappert
    • Concluding Remarks - Prof. Andrea K. Bjorklund
    • Arbitrating "Arbitrability" - Alan Scott Rau
    • Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in China: Dominat Role of the Supreme People's Court - Prof. Qisheng HE
    • 1st Annual ITA Winter Forum - Introduction by the Conference Co-Chairs
  • Volume 7, No. 4
    • Welcome Remarks to the 25th Annual ITA Wokrshop - R. Doak Bishop
    • Biographies of Workshop Faculty
    • ITA: The First Twenty-Five Years - Ewell E. “Pat” Murphy
    • The Theory and Reality of the Arbitrator: What is an International Arbitrator? - William W. Park, Teresa Cheng and Brigitte Stern
    • Arbitrator Transparency: Lists, Comments and Ratings: A Debate - Dietmar W. Prager, Catherine Rogers and Charles N. Brower
    • Introduction to the Mock - Audley Sheppard
    • The Mock: Scenario for ITA Mock and Discussion Points
    • Scene I: Applications to Prevent Counsel from Acting - Guido Tawil, Leah D. Harhay, Abby Cohen Smutny, Eduardo Damião Gonçalves, Christina Cathey Schuetz, Lucy Reed, Pierre Bienvenu and Claus von Wobeser
    • Scene II: The Arbitrator's Powers to Control Counsel Conduct - Lucy Reed, Pierre Bienvenu, Claus von Wobeser and Christina Cathey Schuetz
    • The Mock: Panel Discussion - Pierre Bienvenu, Eduardo Damião Gonçalves, Leah D. Harhay, Lucy Reed, Christina Cathey Schuetz, Audley Sheppard, Abby Cohen Smutny, Guido Tawil and Claus von Wobeser
    • 25 Years of International Arbitration: The Past and the Future - Bernard Hanotiau
    • The Arbitrators and Considerations of Public Policy - David D. Caron, George A. Bermann and Anton Maurer
    • Advocacy from the Arbitrator's Perspective: What is Helpful and What is Not - Judith Gill, Donald Francis Donovan, Jean Kalicki and Eduardo Zuleta
    • Arbitral Decision-Making: The Legal Theory and the Psychological Reality - Manuel Conthe and Eduardo Zuleta
    • General Counsel Panel: What Arbitrators Should Do Better - Alan Crain, Jr., Peter Rees, Laura M. Robertson and Anke Sessler
    • Bibliography - 25th Annual ITA Workshop
    • Introduction of The Hon. Charles N. Brower, on his Receipt of the 2013 Pat Murphy Award - David D.Caron
    • Acceptance Remarks: 2013 Pat Murphy Award - The Hon. Charles N. Brower
  • Volume 6, No. 1
    • Introduction and Dedication to Liber Amicorum José María Abascal - Luis Enrique Graham, Prof. Pilar Perales Viscasillas and Aníbal Martín Sabater
    • Generalizing about the Virtues of Specificity: The Surprising Evolution of the Longest Article in the UNCTIRAL Model Law - James E. Castello
    • Ad Hoc International Arbitrations - The Way of the Future? - C. Mark Baker and Efrén C. Olivares
    • From the Abstract to Reality: Challenges in Recognizing and Enforcing Commercial Arbitration Awards in Mexico - Luis Omar Guerrero and Ximena Suárez Enríquez
    • The Mexico City National Chamber of Commerce Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Commission - Yanett Quiroz Valdovinos
    • Mexico's Amendment to Facilitate Judicial Cooperativein Arbitration - Rodrigo Zamora
    • Ex Aequo et Bono Arbitration - Gerardo Lozano Alarcon
    • "Cultural Conflicts" in International Arbitration: Myths, Misunderstandings, and Lessons from Dealing with the Unusual - Anibal Martin Sabater
    • UNCITRAL on Insolvency Law: Third Act - First Scene - David Moran Bovio
    • Arbitration as a Tool in Support of Insolvency Procedures (Concurso Mercantil) - Thomas S. Heather
  • Volume 6, No. 2
    • Introduction and Dedication to Liber Amicorum José María Abascal - Prof. David D. Caron
    • Framing the Work of ICSID Annulment Committees The New ICC Arbitration Rules in Cases Involving States and the State Entities - Prof. David D. Caron and Ignacio Leopoldo Torterola
    • Good Faith in International Arbitration - Bernardo M. Cremades
    • A Comment on the Arbitration Regime in the Rotterdam Rules: A Balanced One - Dr. Rafael Illescas Ortiz
    • The Selection of the Right Arbitrator: Practical Consideration - Luis Enrique Graham
    • UNCITRAL in Favor of Using Electronic Means in Arbitration - Prof. Agustín Madrid-Parra
    • The Arbitral Tribunal's Decision to Suspend the Arbitration - Dr. Claus von Wobeser
    • Investment Protection Rights: Substantive or Procedural? - Francisco González de Cossío
    • What Are the Responsibilities of an Arbitral Tribunal Faced with a Breach of Integrity of One of Its Members? - Eduardo Siqueiros T.
    • Company Arbitration in Spanish Law - Dr. Manuel Olivencia
    • Arbitration in Spain: An International Perspective on the Modifications Introduced by Law 11/2011 - Prof. Pilar Perales Viscasillas
  • Volume 6, No. 3
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - Introduction by the Conference Co-Chairs - Andrew Newcombe and John R. Crook
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - Keynote Address: The Argentine Cases: An Evaluation of 10 Years of Arbitration – Possible Lessons for ICSID - V. V. Veeder
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - Argentina's ICSID Arbitrations and the UNCC Experience: Consistency and Capability in Mass Claims - Cymie R. Payne
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - Divining the Content of the Customary International Law Minimum Standard of Treatment from the Jurisprudence of the U.S.-Mexico General Claims Commission - Jennifer Thornton
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - The Paradoxical Argentina Cases - José E. Alvarez and Gustavo Topalian
    • 9th Annual ITA-ASIL Conference: Arbitration  in Times of Crisis - International Arbitration and the Argentine Cases: An Evaluation of 10 Years of Arbitration – Institutional Aspects - L. Yves Fortier
    • 1st Annual ITA Winter Forum - Introduction by the Conference Co-Charis - Susan D. Franck and Leah D. Harhay
    • 1st Annual ITA Winter Forum - No Arbitration is an Island: The Role of Coursts in Aid of International Arbitration - Charles C. Correll and Ryan J. Szczepanik
    • 1st Annual ITA Winter Forum - The Death of the Two-Headed Nightingale: Why the Paulsson-van den Berg Presumption that Party-Appointed Arbitrators are Untrustworthy is Wrongheaded - The Hon. Charles N. Brower and Charles B. Rosenberg
    • Book Review - When International Law Works Realistic Idealism after 9/11 and the Global Recession (By Tai-Jeng Cheng) - John R. Crook
    • Book Review - Singapore Law on Arbitral Awards (By Chan Leng Sun SC) - David D. Caron
  • Volume 6, No. 4
    • Welcome and Introduction - Lucy F. Reed
    • Act I: Post Hearing Issues - Jennifer M. Smith
    • Act II: Deliberation: The Ugly, the Bad and the Good - Philippe Pinsolle
    • Luncheon Presentation: The Quality of Arbitral Decision-Making and Justification - R. Doak Bishop
    • Act III: Reconsideration-Challenge Enforcement - Dr. Tai-Heng Cheng
    • Corporate Counsel and Arbitrator Perspectives - Mark C. Morril, Dominique Brown-Berset, Teresa Cheng, Fred Bennett and Mark L. Greenberg
    • Closing Remarks - Lucy F. Reed
    • Scoreboard of Adherence to Transnational Arbitration Treaties, as of January 31, 2013 - Elina Mereminskaya and Seem Maleh
  • Volume 5, No. 1
    • Invalid Round Trips in Setting Pre-Judgment Interest In International Arbitration - Manuel A. Abdala, Pablo D. Lopez Zadicoff and Pablo T. Spiller
    • The Law Applicable to the Award of Interest: A Roadmap Through the Maze - Angeline Welsh
    • Historical Analysis of ICSID Concluded Cases - Linda A. Ahee, Leonardo R. Giacchino and Richard E. Walck
    • Growing Pains: Building American Arbitration's Legitimacy Through Everyday Arbitral Decisions - John Burritt McArthur
    • Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Mexico: An Update - Efrén C. Olivares
  • Volume 5, No. 2
    • Foreword - Prof. Bernard Hanotiau
    • Transnational Principles in U.S. Courts - David W. Rivkin
    • General Principles of Law in International Commerical Arbitration: How to Find Them - How to Apply Them - Klaus Peter Berger
    • That Rare Bird: Non-National Legal Standards as Applicable Law in International Commerical Arbitration - Felix Dasser
    • General Principles of Law in International Commercial Arbitration - Challenging the Myths - Emmanuel Gaillard
    • The Application of Transnational Rules in ICC Arbitral Awards - Yves Derains
    • General Principles of Law and Transnational Rules in International Arbitration: An English Perspective - Prof. Loukas Mistelis
  • Volume 5, No. 3
    • The Independence and Impartiality of Legal Systems - David D. Caron
    • Introduction - Lucy F. Reed
    • Keynote Address: The Quiet Convergence of Arbitration and Litigation - The Hon. Diane Pamela Wood
    • How National Is International Arbitration Introduction to Session One - Prof. William S. Dodge
    • Party Autonomy and Its Discontents: The Limits Imposed by Arbitrators and by Mandatory Laws J. William Rowley, Q.C.
    • Arbitrability and Public Policy - Gary Born
    • Party Autonomy and Its Limits Introduction to Session Two - Prof. Margaret L. Moses
    • The Supreme Court\'s Recent Perspective on Party Autonomy in Arbitration: What Does It Mean for the Proposed ALI Restatement on International Commerical Arbitration? - Prof. Linda J. Silberman
    • Party Autonomy and Its Discontents: The Limits Imposed by Arbitrators and by Mandatory Laws - Robert Wisner
    • Comment: Nuovo Pignone v. Petromac: Amicus Curiae by the ICC Brazilian Committee - Arnoldo Wald
  • Volume 5, No. 4
    • Welcome and Introduction - Lucy F. Reed
    • Act I: The Merits Hearing: Assembling Your Case and Evidence - Guido S. Tawil
    • Act II: The Merits Hearing: Presenting Your Case - Wendy J. Miles
    • Luncheon Address: Advocacy in International Arbitration - Toby T. Landau QC
    • Act III: The Merits Hearing: Presenting Your Testimonial Evidence - Michael S. Goldberg
    • Perspectives from the Corporate Counsel: Challenges to Delivering the Party\'s Message Effectively and Efficiently - Alan R. Crain, Dennis J. Grindinger, Eric C. Liebeler and Javier Rubinstein
    • Scoreboard of Adherence to Transnational Arbitration Treaties, as of October 3, 2011 - Seem Maleh
  • Volume 4, No. 1
    • Class Actions and Arbitration Murky Waters: Stolt-Nielsen S.A. v. AnimalFeeds International Corp. - William G. Whitehill
    • Confusion or Clarity in Perspective: Jurisprudential Review of the Investor-State Arbitration Clause in the ASEAN-China Investment Treaty and the Award on Jurisdiction in the First China-Related ICSID Case - Wei Shen
    • Comment: The Condition of Polish Commercial Mediation - Piotr Nowaczyk
    • Comment: Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Subject to Local Limitation Periods - Supreme Court of Canada - Michael D. Schafler
  • Volume 4, No. 2
    • A Defense of the 2004 United States Model Investment Treaty - Barton Legum
    • Why are we "Re-Calibrating" our Investment Treaties? - José E. Alvarez
    • The Evolution of Arbitration with Respect to Consumer and Employee Disputes - Richard W. Naimark
    • U.S. State Department Subcommittee Report on the U.S. Model BIT - Identifying the Questions Raised - Prof. Jack J. Coe, Jr.
    • Legislative Threats to the Historically Strong Relationship Between Domestic and International Arbitration in the U.S. - Rachael D. Kent
  • Volume 4, No. 3
    • Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Mexico: Cases and Legislation - Efrén C. Olivares
    • How to Enforce Foreign Arbitral Awards in Ukraine - Yaroslav Petrov, Oleksiy Demyanenko and Liudmila Dudnik
    • Recent Developments in the Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards in England & Wales - Lucy Greenwood
    • What Is the Effect of International Arbitral Rules on the Availability of Assistance in the Production of Evidence Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782? - David M. Orta and Giselle Fuentes
  • Volume 4, No. 4-5
    • Welcome Remarks - Lucy F. Reed
    • Act I: Drafting and Negotiating the Arbitration Clause - Prof. Christopher Gibson
    • Act II: Request for Arbitration, Response, and Counterclaim and Arbitrator Appointment Issues - Klaus Reichert, S.C.
    • Act III: The Preliminary Hearing to Organize the Arbitration Procedure - Jean E. Kalicki
    • Bibliography - "Commencing an International Arbitration: Fundamentals and Strategy"
    • Scoreboard of Adherence to Transnational Arbitration Treaties, As of March 28, 2011 - Seem Maleh and Tracy Matlock
  • Volume 3, No. 1
    • The Challenge of Developing Common Mediation Law Regimes in Europe and The United States: From "Patchwork" to Coherence? - Siegfried H. Elsing
    • User Preferences and Mediator Practices: Can They Be Reconciled Within the Parameters Set by Ethical Considerations - Edna Sussman
    • Essay: Finding Creative Solutions in ADR - Richard M. Calkins
    • Certifying International Competency Standards for Mediators: A Look at IMI's Initiative - Neil Carmichael
  • Volume 3, No. 2
    • The Impact of Internationally Mandatory Laws on the Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements - Dr. Jan Kleinheisterkamp
    • New Tools for an Old Quest: A Commentary on Jan Kleinheisterkamp, The Impact of Internationally Mandatory Laws on the Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements - Tai-Heng Cheng
    • Comment: Mandatory Law and the Enforceability of Arbitration Agreements - Alan Scott Rau
    • Goodbye Boiler-Plate: Practical Advice for Drafters of Domestic and International Arbitration Agreements - Anderson Berry, Pamela Fulmer and Noel Rodriguez
    • Tax and Currency Issues in International Arbitration - Rory E. Walck
  • Volume 3, No. 3
    • Introduction to the 20th Annual ITA Workshop: "Confronting Ethical Issues in International Arbitration" - Prof. David D. Caron
    • Introduction to the Workshop and Act I: Ethics Issues in Selecting the Arbitral Tribunal - Ken B. Reisenfeld
    • Keynote Address: Arbitration Integrity: The Transient and the Permanent - Prof. William W. Park
    • Commentary and Panel Discussion: Insiders' Perspectives on Challenges Before the ICC International Court of Arbitration - Jennifer Kirby and Jon Beechy
    • Introduction to Act II: The Arbitration: Ethical Issues in Presenting the Case - James E. Castello
    • Luncheon Address: Whose Arbitration Is it Anyway? - Carla Powers Herron
    • Introduction to Act III: Decisions and Challenges after the Arbitral Proceedings - Prof. Catherine A. Rogers
    • Bibliography - ITA Workshop 2009: Confronting Ethical Issues in International Arbitration - Prof. Catherine A. Rogers
    • Scoreboard of Adherence to Transnational Arbitration Treaties, as of September 25, 2009 - Seem Maleh and Rami Zoubi
  • Volume 3, No. 4-5
    • The Convenient Myth of David and Goliath in Treaty Arbitration - Lucy E. Martinez
    • Document Production in International Arbitration: What Does it have to do with Discovery? - Nathalie Voser
    • You can bet the Company but not the State: The Proper and Improper Conduct of Sovereigns in Arbitration - Laurence Shore
    • ICSID Provisional Measures to Enjoin Parallel Domestic Litigation - Rodrigo Gil
    • Intellectual Property Protection through Investment Agreements: Challenges of a Different Horizon of Investment Protection - Javier Ferrero Díaz
    • The Convenient Myth of David and Goliath in Treaty Arbitration - Lucy F. Reed
    • Message from a Client - Charles A. Beach
    • Issues of Proof of General Principles of Law in International Arbitration - Prof. Frederic G. Sourgens and Michael D. Nolan
  • Volume 2, No. 1-2
    • The Distinction Between Lawful and Unlawful Expropriation - Audley Sheppard
    • Indirect Expropriation and the Right of the Governments to Regulate Criteria to Articulate the Difference - Katia Yannaca-Small
    • Arbitrating Investment Disputes: Issues of Jurisdiction - Francisco Orrego Vicuna
    • Arbitration Involving States - Kaj Hober
    • The Concept of Expropriation under the ECT and Other Investment Protection Treaties - Christoph H. Schreuer
    • Investment Treaty Arbitration: An Asian Perspective - John Savage
    • Containing the Scope of the Umbrella Clause - Laura Halonen
    • Where's My Umbrella? An "Ordinary Meaning" Approach to Answering Three Key Questions That Have Emerged from the "Umbrella Clause" Debate - Craig S. Miles
  • Volume 2, No. 3
    • Anticipating the 2009 U.S. "Fairness in Arbitration Act" - Prof. David D. Caron and Seth Schreiberg
    • Hall Street Assocs. V. Mattel, Inc.: Supreme Court Denies Enforcement of Agreement to Expand the Ground for Vacatur under the Federal Arbitration Act - Prof. Charles H. Brower, II
    • Glamis Gold, Ltd. V. United States of America: A Case Study on Document Production and Privilege in International Arbitration - Christina G. Hioureas and Veronique Camerer
    • Towards a Presumption of Transparency in Investment Arbitration - Ruth Teitelbaum
    • The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and First Options: Failing to Clearly and Unmistakably Evince the Intent to Arbitrate Issues of Arbitrability - Thomas W. Walsh
  • Volume 2, No. 4
    • Glossary of Terms Used in the Assessment of Damages in Internal Arbitration - Dr. Manuel A. Abdala
    • Bibliography - ITA Workshop 2008 "Damages in International Arbitration: Strategies, Techniques, & Presentation" - Jeff Sullivan
    • Introduction to the 19th Annual ITA Workshop - Prof. David D. Caron
    • Keynote Address: Framing the Case on Quantum (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Prof. William W. Park
    • Introduction to Act I: Reactions to Award on Liability and Engaging Experts (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Stephen Jagusch
    • Introduction to Act II: Preparing for the Quantum Hearing (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Prof. Andrea K. Bjorkland
    • Luncheon Address: Less is More, More or Less (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Lucy F. Reed
    • Introduction to Act III: Hearing on Quantum (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Claudia T. Salomon
    • Introduction to Act IV: Cost Submissions and the Tribunal's Deliberations (19th Annual ITA Workshop) - Claudia T. Salomon
    • Scoreboard of Adherence to Transnational Arbitration Treaties, as of January 1, 2009 - Tracy Matlock
  • Volume 2, No. 5
    • Stemming the Tide of Judicialisation in International Arbitration - Alan Redfern
    • Trends and Challenges in International Arbitration: Two Surveys of In-House Counsel of Major Corporations - Prof. Loukas Mistelis and Dr. Crina Mihaela Baltag
    • The Arbitration-Litigation Relationship in Transnational Dispute Resolution: Empirical Insights from the U.S. Federal Courts - Christopher Whytock
    • Ignoring the Elephant in the Room: International Arbitration: Corporate Attitudes and Practices (2008) - Michael McIlwrath
    • International Arbitration - The Facts in Need of Data and Metrics - Less Reliance on Anecdotes - William K. Slate, II
    • Disenchanted? Business Satisfaction with International Arbitration - Prof. Christopher R. Drahozal
  • Volume 1, No. 1
    • Recovering Damages for Unjust Enrichment in International Arbitration - Dana H. Freyer
    • Lost Profits and the Discounted Cash Flow Method of Calculation - Philippe Pinsolle
    • Mediation Case Law Review Part 1: January - June 2006 - James R. Coben
    • Recent Publications on Arbitration and ADR - Gail A. Partin
    • Lost Profits and the Discounted Cash Flow Method of Calculation - R. Doak Bishop and Craig S. Miles
    • Lost Profit and Capital Investment - Dr. Michael C. Pryles
  • Volume 1, No. 2
    • Introduction: Latin American Arbitration - Mary Helen Mourra
    • The Development of Brazilian Decisional Law Favoring the Arbitrability of Disputes Involving State Entities Recent Precedents in Brazil Regarding Service of Process in International Arbitrations - Joaquim de Paiva Muniz
    • Recent Publications on Arbitration and ADR - Gail A. Partin
    • Bolivian Gas Nationalization: Negotiation v. Arbitration - Pablo Mauricio Ipiña Nagel
    • Arbitration in Panama - Leonardo Bonadies Mora
    • Recognition of Foreign Judgments in Brazil: The Experience of the Supreme Court and the Shift to the Superior Federal Court - Nadia de Araujo and Frederico de Valle Magalhaes Marques
    • An Approach to International Arbitration: China & Chile - Nicolas Ossa G.
    • Mediation in Timor-Leste: Opportunities and Challenges - Santina Soares and Jennifer Laakso
    • Keeping the Essence of Mediation - Fiona Breen and Antoine Masson
    • An Empirical Study of Cost-Based Challenges to Arbitration Agreements - Prof. Christopher R. Drahozal
  • Volume 1, No. 3
    • Ten Years of UNCITRAL Model Law in Germany - Dr. Stefan Kröll
    • Mediation Litigation Trends: 1997-2007 Mediation Case Law Review Part II: July-January 2006 - James R. Coben and Prof. Peter N. Thompson
    • Ten Years of UNCITRAL Model Law in Germany - Peter Craft
    • New Arbitration Rules for the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce - Marie Öhrström
    • Recent Publications on Arbitration and ADR - Gail A. Partin
    • Review of 'Global Trends in Mediation' - Michael Leathes
  • Volume 1, No. 4
    • Safeguarding Against Expropriation of Assets in Latin America: The Bolivian Water Decision, Distilled - Timothy G. Nelson and Marco Schnabl
    • Voluntary Intervention and Other Participation of Third Parties in Ongoing International Arbitrations: A Survey of the Current State of Play - Thomas Bevilacqua
    • The WTO and NAFTA - A comparison of Dispute Resolution Systems and Outcomes Involving the United States, Mexico, and Canada - Sue Ann Mota and Divya Rao
    • The "Third Option": International Commercial Mediation - Antonin I. Pribetic
    • A Case For Mediation: Family Mediation In International Child Custody - Christoph C. Paul and Dr. Jamie Walker
    • National Arbitration Forum Case Summaries - Kirk D. Knutson and Ryan D. Chandlee

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