4 edition of International arbitration in Switzerland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Nedim Peter Vogt, Stephen V. Berti, and Anton K. Schnyder.|
|Contributions||Vogt, Nedim Peter., Berti, Stephen., Schnyder, Anton K.|
|LC Classifications||KKW1829 .I58 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||99057390|
International arbitrations take place within a complex and vitally-important international legal framework. As summarized in this introductory chapter, contemporary international conventions, national arbitration legislation, and institutional arbitration rules provide a specialized and highly-supportive enforcement regime for most contemporary international commercial arbitrations . Whilst focusing on the latest developments in international commercial arbitration, International Arbitration in Switzerland includes sections on sports arbitration (with a focus on the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne) and on Swiss-based public international law dispute settlement mechanisms, such as those of the WTO and the : Gebundenes Buch.
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Many international contracts referring to arbitration in Switzerland are governed by Swiss substantive law, as a neutral law, easily accessible and intelligible for lawyers or non-lawyers alike.
Contract negotiators and drafters from all over the world are attracted by the clearly defined, liberal and predictable legal framework Swiss law provides. This book, since its first edition inhas been widely used as a peerless practitioners' guide to international arbitration in Switzerland.
Keeping in line with the first edition, this second edition describes in detail each phase of arbitral proceedings, from drafting the arbitration clause to challenge and enforcement of the : Kluwer Law International. Arbitration Advocacy in Changing Times, A. van den Berg () This book includes essays by various practitioners of international arbitration, focusing on topics relevant to arbitration advocacy such as discovery, the use of the media for certain disputes, witness preparation, and the correction and clarification of arbitral awards.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bucher, Andreas. International arbitration in Switzerland. Basle: Helbing & Lichtenhahn, © (OCoLC) This highly-regarded text is now available to a wider audience with the publication of the third edition in English. The work comprises a detailed review of Chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Act, which governs international arbitration in Switzerland, discussing arbitral and institutional practice under the ICC Rules, the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, and Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xli, pages ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Litera B: Responsibility: Daniel Girsberger, Nathalie Voser. ****NO SALES RIGHTS IN SWITZERLAND**** This second edition of the first comprehensive commentary on the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration covers the new version of these rules which entered into force on 1 June It is a practical guide for arbitrators, counsel, state courts and persons involved in the conduct and administration of arbitral proceedings under the.
It does so with a focus on international arbitration law and jurisprudence in Switzerland, a global leader in the field. With a broader reach than a commentary of Chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Act, the discussion contains numerous references to comparative law and its developments in addition to an extensive review of the Brand: OUP Oxford.
This book, since its first edition inhas been widely used as a peerless practitioners’ guide to international arbitration in Switzerland. Keeping in line with the first edition, this second edition describes in detail each phase of arbitral proceedings, from drafting the arbitration clause to challenge and enforcement of the award.
Full Title: International Arbitration in Switzerland An Introduction and Commentary on Articles of the Swiss Private International Law Statute. Since 1st January Switzerland has a new International Arbitration Act, in the form of Chapter Twelve of the Federal Statute on Private International Law (PILS).
It also informs the discussion of the arbitration rules addressed in the book, from the ICC Arbitration Rules to the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, the CAS Code, and the UNCITRAL Rules.
Swiss Rules of International Arbitration. The Swiss Chambers of Commerce have been offering arbitration services for more than years. With the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration they offer uniform, efficient and cost effective means of binding dispute resolution based on best practices and international standards.
Switzerland: International Arbitration ICLG - International Arbitration Laws and Regulations - Switzerland covers common issues in international arbitration laws and regulations – International arbitration in Switzerland book arbitration International arbitration in Switzerland book, governing legislation, choice of law rules, selection of arbitral tribunal, preliminary relief and interim measures – in 52 jurisdictions.
General Editor, Arbitration International. * Practitioners in Switzerland and abroad will find the book to be a valuable addition to existing literature on international commercial arbitration in Switzerland owing to the authors clinical focus on the practice, procedure and case-law of the Swiss Federal Tribunal.2/5(1).
Book Description. Understanding International Arbitration introduces students to the primary concepts necessary for an understanding of arbitration, making use of illustrative case examples and references to legal practice throughout.
This text offers a comprehensive overview of the subject for those new to arbitration. Making use of a unique two-part structure in each chapter.
The book is the first of its kind in seeking to make students practice ready for representing parties in international arbitrations. It covers the full scope of the role of arbitration counsel in advising clients, from drafting arbitration clauses to representing clients in arbitrations to prosecuting and defending court actions at the enforcement stage.
International arbitration is arbitration between companies or individuals in different states, usually by including a provision for future disputes in a contract.
The predominant system of rules is the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, as well as the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of (the "New York Convention").
the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules which were revised in This book is written by young arbitration practitioners based in Switzerland who work with established law firms, widely experienced in international commercial arbitration. It is the work of a refreshing new generation of Swiss arbitration Size: KB.
International Arbitration Law and Practice in Switzerland Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler and Antonio Rigozzi. The third edition, and the first in English, of the best-selling and authoritative work Arbitrage International-Droit et Pratique a la Lumiere de la LDIP; Written by highly regarded arbitrators with unrivalled experience of the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration.
This is the 12th edition of, “The Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook,” an annual series established by the Firm in The Yearbook comprises reports on arbitration from key jurisdictions around the globe.
Leading lawyers of the Firm’s International Arbitration Practice Group, a division of the. The book brings together articles from leading experts in the field of international dispute resolution and highlights the progress and traces future trends in the law of International Commercial Arbitration on the one hand and the law of International Investment Arbitration on.
Gary Born’s book International Arbitration and Forum Selection Agreements: Drafting and Enforcing (Kluwer 3rd ed. ) was voted the “Book of the Year” for international dispute resolution by members of the Oil-Gas-Energy-Mining-Infrastructure Dispute Management (OGEMID) Network.
The International Arbitration Society established the Arbitration Database in May It is a website destined to become one of the biggest free online databases for lawyers and scholars seeking articles and cases related to international arbitration.
This book expounds the theory of international arbitration law. It explains in easily accessible terms all the fundamentals of arbitration, from separability of the arbitration agreement to competence-competence over procedural autonomy, finality of the award, and many other concepts.
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This book expounds the theory of international arbitration law. It explains in easily accessible terms all the fundamental concepts of arbitration, from separability of the arbitration agreement to competence-competence over procedural autonomy, finality of the award, and many others.
It does so with a focus on Swiss international arbitration law and jurisprudence, which are Author: Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler. “In a league of its own” LALIVE is a global leader in the field of international commercial arbitration. Our arbitration team is composed of highly talented international disputes lawyers qualified in Switzerland and 15 other jurisdictions, with strong academic backgrounds and who together speak more than 16 languages and are able to handle proceedings involving a broad.
The arbitration clause invoked by claimant is contained in Article 14 of the Agreement and reads as follows: “Any disputes and deviations which cannot be solved amicably between the parties shall be resolved and settled by arbitration under the rules of conciliation and arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, Zurich.
The book provides a comprehensive analysis of all relevant aspects of international and domestic arbitration in Switzerland, addressing all major issues, including the concept and sources of arbitration, arbitrability, the arbitration agreement, competence-competence and the autonomy of the arbitration agreement, the arbitral tribunal, the.
Full Title: International Arbitration in Switzerland An Introduction and Commentary on Articles of the Swiss Private International Law Statute. Since 1st January Switzerland has a new International Arbitration Act, in the form of Chapter Twelve of the Federal Statute on Private International Law (PILS).Pages: Full Title: International Arbitration in Switzerland An Introduction and Commentary on Articles of the Swiss Private International Law Statute Since 1st January Switzerland has a new International Arbitration Act, in the form of Chapter Twelve of the Federal Statute on Private International Law (PILS).
In the German version of the `Basler Kommentar' on the PILS. Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland, International arbitration, International Commercial Arbitration, Lex Arbitri, Party autonomy, Swiss Civil Procedure Code, Confidentiality is usually mentioned among the advantages of international commercial arbitration (ICA).
The thought that confidentiality is an innate attribute, seems to be an. Swiss Rules of International Arbitration of the Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution in force on the date on which the Notice of Arbitration is submitted in accordance with these Rules.
The number of arbitrators shall be (“one”, “three”, “one or three”); The seat of the arbitration shall be (name of city in Switzerland. Switzerland is a party to the New York Convention (NYC), which was ratified on 1 June and entered into force on 30 August Switzerland's initial reciprocity reservation (article I(3) of the Convention) was withdrawn upon the enactment of Chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Act (PIL Act) governing international arbitration in Switzerland.
Essential Role of Effective Case Management in Arbitration Throughout the second half of the 20th century, arbitration has become a dominant and preferred method for resolving international disputes. Its advantages are widely known. This being said, international arbitration suffers nowadays from increasing costs and duration of the proceedings.
An Introduction to International Arbitration - Ebook written by Ilias Bantekas. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read An. The previous editions of this book have established themselves among the leading authorities on Swiss arbitration law. This fully revised and amended third edition provides up-to-date information on the law and practice of international and domestic arbitration in Switzerland.
The book provides a comprehensive analysis of all relevant aspects of international and domestic. The following responses focus on the rules on international arbitration in Switzerland – that is, Chapter 12 of the Federal Statute on Private International Law. Mandatory laws Are there any.
There are no arbitration-specific rules of conduct pertaining to attorneys acting as counsels and/or as arbitrators in the Greek legal system. The Code of Lawyers (Law /) and the Lawyer’s Code of Conduct are generally applicable and there may be instances in which their provisions are of interest also with regard to arbitration.
The second edition of Gary Born's International Commercial Arbitration. is an authoritative 4, page treatise, in three volumes, providing the most comprehensive commentary and analysis, on all aspects of the international commercial arbitration process, that is available.
The first edition of International Commercial Arbitration is widely acknowledged as the preeminent commentary in /5(3). Switzerland has a long-standing, well-established arbitration tradition and enjoys the reputation of being very arbitration-friendly.
In international arbitration, state courts have a duty to refer the parties to arbitration if they concluded a valid arbitration agreement (article 7 PILA).A number of the most useful international arbitration books have been made freely available online in recent years, providing a massive virtual library for parties, in-house counsel, practitioners, students and academics alike.This guide is designed as a reference tool that outlines the basic concepts of international commercial arbitration.
It outlines certain considerations to be taken into account when drafting an arbitration clause and maps out the arbitral process in the event of a dispute.