Arbitration is a staple of international dispute resolution. Though the international community now has a plethora of courts and tribunals at its disposal, for numerous reasons international arbitration remains a central mechanism—perhaps even the central mechanism in third-party resolution of international commercial disputes. International Arbitration: Contemporary Issues and Innovations brings together some of the world’s most distinguished experts to examine important contemporary issues and trends in international arbitration. The volume offers a broad range of analysis beginning with current key procedural issues. Both Private and Public International Law are examined, including such topics as investor-state relations, arbitration in the law of the sea and human rights and investment arbitration.
John Norton Moore is the Walter L. Brown Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law. He also directs the Centers for National Security Law and Oceans Law and Policy. He is a recognized expert on international law and has published extensively.
General Aspects of International Arbitration
Procedural Tension in International Arbitration: Arbitration in Autumn
Professor William W. Park, Boston University
Dispositive Motions in International Arbitration and the Role of U.S. Courts
James H. Carter, Esq.
Problems of Evidence Before International Tribunals
Paul S. Reichler, Esq.
Arbitration of Private Law Matters
Valuation in Investor-State Arbitration: Toward A More Exact Science
Joshua B. Simmons, Esq.
Human Rights and Investment Arbitration: A Brief Note on Some Methodological Problems
Professor Ruth Wedgwood, Johns Hopkins University
Arbitration of Public Law Matters
Arbitration and the Law of the Sea: A Comparison of Dispute Resolution Procedures
Judge Rüdiger Wolfrum, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
Arbitration Under the Law of the Sea Convention
Captain J. Ashley Roach, JAGC, USN (Ret.)
Arbitration Innovations in Recent U.S. Investment Treaties
Gary H. Sampliner, Senior Counsel, U.S. Department of the Treasury
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