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Editors: Qiao Liu and Wenhua Shan
China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution presents important contributions from eminent legal scholars from Europe, the United States, Australia, South America, and China in a variety of areas of international commercial law with relevance to China. The authors provide expert analyses from a number of perspectives – doctrinal, comparative, empirical, economic, and legal – on an array of issues, private and public, involved in or arising from international commercial dispute resolution in China.
Authors: Donggen Xu and Huiyuan Shi

Arbitration is universally used in the settlement of international commercial disputes largely due to its inherent confidentiality. However, the expedient element of the confidentiality is encountering challenges mostly owing to public interest or other reasons. This article not only discusses the grounds of confidentiality in arbitration, but also the effective way of its helping those people who wish to respect the confidentiality in international commercial arbitration.

In: Frontiers of Law in China
Author: Kun Fan

Qiao Liu, Wenhua Shan and Xiang Ren (eds), China and International Commercial Dispute Resolution . Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2015. Pp. 354. $175.00. ISBN: 9789004306721. China is the third largest destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), with inflows of USD 134 billion, 1 and the second

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade
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Contemporary Issues and Innovations
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.
Everyone talks about the limitations of the judicial system in the context of international commercial disputes. But no one actually seems to address the possibilities for and appropriateness of judicial remedies in such disputes. This study examines how the International Court of Justice and its predecessor, the Permanent Court of International Justice, have dealt with economic disputes and arrives at highly interesting conclusions, challenging the widespread view that the Court is not an appropriate forum to handle economic disputes between states. While much depends on how one defines an `economic dispute', a comparison of the use of the court system versus the use of arbitration in such cases offers new insights. Among them: the observation that the once-clear distinctions between adjudication and arbitration are in fact diminishing, as evidenced, for example, in the use of the Chamber procedure of the International Court of Justice in a number of cases in recent years.
The author sets out observations, conclusions, evaluations, and recommendations in a complete, straightforward fashion. The material is divided into easy-to-follow parts, each with concluding remarks. Paragraphs are separately labeled with bold headings to facilitate quick access to the information needed.
This book enables scholars and practitioners to look at a critical issue in the field - the role or non-role of courts in certain international disputes - in an entirely new way, providing insightful material for thought, discussion, and practice.
Author: Sinan Al-Bidery

as the New York Convention 7 of 1958 and the Washington Convention of 1965. 8 However, in February of 2011 the draft law of International Commercial Arbitration was proposed to resolve international commercial disputes but, this draft has not yet passed through the Iraqi Parliament. In this article

In: Arab Law Quarterly

international commercial disputes through a ‘one-stop platform’ combining mechanisms of litigation, arbitration and mediation. The cicc is designed in order to create a transparent legal environment and a credible (and additional) dispute resolution option that serves the construction of bri . In addition

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution
Succession Substitutes by Jeffrey Talpis.
In this course, Professor Talpis explores a subject not yet examined closely in private international law : the treatment of legally authorized methods for transferring property at death otherwise than by succession. These mechanisms, known generally in the common law as “will substitutes” but referred to in the present study as “succession substitutes,” are becoming more popular in both civil and common law jurisdictions. As such, effective solutions for resolving conflicts of laws in this area must be found. Given the paucity of guidance available in jurisprudence, doctrine and international instruments, Professor Talpis presents solutions for consideration.

L’efficacité des normes internationales concernant la situation des personnes privées dans les ordres juridiques internes par Evelyne Lagrange.
Le sort des normes internationales qui, en nombre croissant, intéressent la situation des personnes privées se joue d’abord dans les ordres juridiques internes des Etats. Tout en s’efforçant de restituer la variété des pratiques et l’enjeu des débats sur la légitimité de ces normes ou de leurs techniques d’application, ce cours met en lumière, d’une part, une tendance au recul des obstacles à leur efficacité, d’autre part, les potentialités que recèle un Etat constitutionnel ouvert pour une application de ces normes qui ménage les exigences de l’Etat de droit et du gouvernement démocratique.