Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers (2008)

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The 2008 volume of Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation - The Fordham Papers is a collection of important works in international arbitration and mediation written by the prominent speakers at the 2008 Fordham Law School Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation.

The 24 papers are organized into the following six parts:
Part I: Investor-State Arbitration
Part II: Recent Significant Domestic Judicial Decisions Involving or Potentially Involving International Arbitration
Part III: Class Actions and Consolidation in International Arbitration
Part IV: Intellectual Property and Information Technology Issues in International Arbitration
Part V: Mediation: Issues, Solutions, and Expanding Applications

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Table of contents

Part I: Investor-State Arbitration
Overview of Investor-State Arbitration, Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler

New Generation of Bilateral Investment Treaties: Consensus
or Divergence? John Beechey and Antony Crockett

Eclipse of Expropriation? W. Michael Reisman and Rocıo Digon

Interim Measures: An Arbitrator’s Provisional Views,
L. Yves Fortier, C.C., Q.C.

Treatment of Non-Disputing State Party Views in Investor-
State Arbitrations, Andrea J. Menaker

Part II: Recent Significant Domestic Judicial Decisions Involving or
Potentially Involving International Arbitration
Current Developments in the United States, Donald Francis Donovan

England: A Look Back on a Year of Authority and Hilarity,
Sophie Nappert

Recent Significant French Judicial Decisions Involving
International Arbitration, Philippe Pinsolle

Recent Austrian, German, and Swiss Judicial Decisions
Involving International Arbitration, Hilmar Raeschke-Kessler

Part III: Class Actions and Consolidation in International Arbitration
Overcoming Obstacles to Consolidation of International
Arbitrations, Michael Marks Cohen

Should No-Class Action Arbitration Clauses Be Enforced,
Frederic Bachand

Desirability of International Class Arbitration,
Dana H. Freyer and Gregory A. Litt

Feasibility of Class Arbitration, John Fellas

Part IV: Intellectual Property and Information Technology Issues in
International Arbitration
Choice of Law in International Intellectual Property
Arbitrations: A Three-Dimensional Chess Game? Thomas D. Halket

International Arbitration of Intellectual Property Validity, Joel E. Lutzker

Using Information Technology Efficiently in International
Arbitration, Erik Schafer

Electronic Discovery and Arbitration: A Shortcut Through EDiscovery,
Irene C. Warshauer

Part V: Mediation: Issues, Solutions, and Expanding Applications
How Confidential Is Mediation Confidentiality? John Michael Richardson

Mediators Take Note: Are We a Cottage Industry? Are We a
Profession? Who Will Decide?, Judith P. Meyer and Michael Leathes

Using Mediation Techniques to Improve M&A Outcomes,
Patricia Barclay

European Directive on Commercial Mediation: What It
Provides and What It Doesn’t, F. Peter Phillips

Commercial Mediation in China: Challenge of Shifting
Paradigms, F. Peter Phillips

Mediation Trends in Australia—Deja Vu and Innovation
Ian Hanger

Final Step: Issues in Enforcing the Mediation Settlement
Agreement, Edna Sussman

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