Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration by Richard GarnettPractical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration by Richard Garnett

Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration

byRichard Garnett, Henry Gabriel, Jeff Waincymer

Hardcover | December 13, 2006

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This concise, in-depth guide is indispensable for both the novice in the field needing experienced guidance and the seasoned practitioner seeking a handy authoritative reference. With expert analysis, Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration explores the pros and cons ofarbitration, the role of national laws, key elements of the arbitration agreement, and a detailed analysis of arbitration procedures. Standards of conduct of the arbitrator, enforceability, challenges, modification of awards, and awards and remedies are topics up for discussion.
Richard Garnett is at the University of Melbourne. Henry Gabriel is at Loyola University, New Orleans. Jeff Waincymer and Judd Epstein are both at Monash University.
Title:Practical Guide to International Commercial ArbitrationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 10.33 × 7.23 × 0.91 inPublished:December 13, 2006Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0379213966

ISBN - 13:9780379213966

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Editorial Reviews

"A Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration is a useful and helpful introduction to the process of international commercial arbitration. The documentation that appears in the footnotes is sparse but fully adequate to support the text. The commentary constitutes approximately one-half of the contents of the book; the remainder consists consists of appendices of documents that are of direct relevance to the text. The organization of the volume generally is good; the material is presented in an orderly fashion. Despite the multiplicity of authors, the style and approach are unitary throughout the various segments of the work. Thomas E. Carbonneau, Moise S. Steeg Jr. Professor of Law, Tulane University "This text offers a nuts-and-bolts survey of issues and options arising at all stages of an international commercial arbitration, ranging from the basic question of whether arbitration is an appropriate mode of dispute resolution for a given situation to the role and standards of conduct of the arbitrator and the enforceability, modification, and appealability of awards. The authors seek to provide both a useful introduction for novices and, to this end, do not assume any background in the area on the part of their readers. At the same time, the many basic texts included in the appendices make this text a ready reference guide for seasoned practitioners. The appendices contain the New York Convention, the Panama Convention, the UNCITRAL Model Law (with related Secretariat commentary) and Arbitration Rules, and the International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Rules. " Yearbook Commercial Arbitration