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New Issue: Journal of International Arbitration

Submitted by on 17/08/2013 – 12:11 pmNo Comment

The new issue of the Journal of International Arbitration (Vol. 30, no. 4, August 2013) is now available. The latest issue offers the following articles:

David Collins, ICSID Annulment Committee Appointments: Too Much Discretion for the Chairman?

Jan Paulsson, Why Good Arbitration Cannot Compensate for Bad Courts
Christopher Campbell, House of Cards: The Relevance of Legitimate Expectations under Fair and Equitable Treatment Provisions in Investment Treaty Law

Niklas Elofsson, Ex Parte Interviews of Party-Appointed Arbitrator Candidates: A Study Based on the Views of Counsel and Arbitrators in Sweden and the United States

Keechang Kim & Jason Mitchenson, Voluntary Third-Party Intervention in International Arbitration for Construction Disputes: A Contextual Approach to Jurisdictional Issues

Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Colombia Enacts a New International Arbitration Law

Victoria Shannon, Recent Developments in Third-Party Funding

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