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Author Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context (Conference) (2013 : New York, N.Y.)

Title Forum shopping in the international commercial arbitration context / edited by Franco Ferrari
Published Munich : Sellier European Law Publishers GmbH, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (x, 458 pages)
Contents Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context : Setting the Stage / Franco Ferrari -- A U.S. Perspective on Forum Shopping, Ethical Obligations, and International Commercial Arbitration / Aaron D. Simowitz -- Forum Shopping and the Determination of the Place of Arbitration / Filip De Ly -- Forum Shopping at the "Gateway" to International Commercial Arbitration / George A. Bermann -- Anti-arbitration Injunctions and Anti-suit Injunctions : An Anglo-European Perspective / Alexander Layton -- Enforcing Orders Against Third Parties (and Parties) for the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration / John Fellas -- Interim Measures : Relevance of the Courts at the Place of Arbitration and Other Places / Christopher Boog -- Courts and the Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal : A Comparative Analysis of Standards of Arbitrator Independence and Impartiality / Robert H. Smit -- Forum Shopping in International Arbitration : Forum Non Conveniens and Lack of Personal Jurisdiction / Peter B. Rutledge -- Setting Aside of Arbitral Awards and Forum Shopping in International Arbitration : Delocalization, Party Autonomy and National Courts in Post-Award Review / Loukas Mistelis -- Forum Shopping and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards : Notes on Public Policy / Domenico Di Pietro -- Forum-Shopping and Post-Award Judgments / Linda Silberman, Maxi Scherer -- Making Remission and Other "Curative" Mechanisms Part of the Forum Shopping Conversation : A View from the U.S. with Comparative Notes / Jack J. Coe Jr. -- Enforcement after the Arbitration: From National Courts to Public International Law Fora / D. Brian King, Rahim Moloo
Summary The Rome I Regulation creates a common regime of conflict of law rules for international contract law for the EU Member States. The second volume of the selp series of Pocket Commentaries provides an article-by-article commentary which explains the underlying concepts and suggests solutions for problems that have arisen or may arise in the application of the regulation and, thus, assists in updating your knowledge with ease
Notes "Contains the papers presented at the conference organized by NYU's Center for Transnational Litigation and Commercial Law entitled Forum Shopping in the International Commercial Arbitration Context held at NYU School of Law from February 28th to March 2nd, 2013"--Page v
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (De Gruyter web site, viewed March 4, 2014)
Subject Forum shopping -- Congresses.
International commercial arbitration -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Ferrari, Franco, 1965- editor
New York University. Center for Transnational Litigation and Commercial Law, organizer
New York University. School of Law, host institution
ISBN 3866539916