Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 34 (2017)

ISSUE 1
'The State of Play of Enforcement of Emergency Arbitrator Decisions', Ank Santens, Jaroslav Kudrna, Issue 1, pp. 1–15
'UNCITRAL Model Law: Composition of the Arbitration Tribunal Re-considering the Case upon Setting Aside of the Original Arbitration Award', Beata Gessel- Kalinowska Vel Kalisz, Issue 1, pp. 17–33
'The Second Look in European Union Competition Law: A Scandinavian Perspective', Jakob B. Sørensen, Kristian Torp, Issue 1, pp. 35–54
'Arbitrability and Choice of Law in Transfer of Technology Agreements Under Egyptian Law', César R. Ternieden, Tarek Badawy, Sarwat Abd El-Shahid, Issue 1, pp. 55–78
'The Res Judicata Effects of Foreign Judgments in Post-Award Proceedings: To Bind or Not to Bind?', Philippe Hovaguimian, Issue 1, pp. 79–106
'Book Review: International Commercial Arbitration Handbook, edited by Stephan Balthasar. (C.H. Beck-Hart-Nomos, Munich, 2016)', Volker Triebel, Issue 1, pp. 107–110
'Book Review: Document Production in International Arbitration, by Reto Marghitola. (2015 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands)', John V.H. Pierce, Issue 1, pp. 110–113
'Book Review: Practising Virtue: Inside International Arbitration, edited by David D. Caron, Stephan W. Schill, Abby Cohen Smutny & Epaminontas E. Triantafilou. 1st ed., (Oxford, Oxford University Press 2015)', David Pusztai, Philip Devenish, Issue 1, pp. 113–120

ISSUE 2
'The 2017 ICC Expedited Rules: From Softball to Hardball?', Michael W. Bühler, Pierre R. Heitzmann, Issue 2, pp. 121–148
'The Legality Requirement in Investment Arbitration', Michael Polkinghorne, Sven-Michael Volkmer, Issue 2, pp. 149–168
'May International Arbitral Tribunals Declare Laws Unconstitutional? An International and a Polish Perspective on the Issue of Dealing with Unlawful Laws', Andrzej Olaś, Issue 2, pp. 169–206
'Rethinking the Use of Arbitration Clauses by Financial Institutions', Irene Han, Issue 2, pp. 207–237
'Emergency Relief in Investment Treaty Arbitration: A Word of Caution', Maxim Osadchiy, Issue 2, pp. 239–255
'Techniques and Tradeoffs for Incorporating Cost- and Time-Saving Measures into International Arbitration Agreements', Adam J. Weiss, Erin E. Klisch, Joseph R. Profaizer, Issue 2, pp. 257–273
'A Statement of Arbitral Jurisprudence: The Case for a National Law Obligation to Publish International Commercial Arbitral Awards', Paul Comrie-Thomson, Issue 2, pp. 275–301
'Arbitration in Latvia: A Cautionary Tale?', Toms Krūmiņš, Issue 2, pp. 303–331
'The Future of Anti-Suit Injunctions in Support of Arbitration After the EU Court of Justice’s Judgment in the Gazprom Case', Paschalis Paschalidis, Issue 2, pp. 333–345

ISSUE 3
'Adjudicator, Advocate, or Something in Between? Coming to Terms with the Role of the Party-Appointed Arbitrator', Sundaresh Menon, Issue 3, pp. 347–371
'Winter of Discontent', Neil Kaplan, Issue 3, pp. 373–386
'Third Party Funding in Singapore and Hong Kong: The Next Chapter', Chiann Bao, Issue 3, pp. 387–400
'Can Asia Cut the Costs?', Nicolas Wiegand, Issue 3, pp. 401–424
'The KLRCA I-Arbitration Rules: A Shari’a-Compliant Solution to the Problems with Islamic Finance Dispute Resolution in Singapore and Malaysia?', Mel Andrew Schwing, Issue 3, pp. 425–458
'The Time for a New Arbitration Law in China: Comparing the Arbitration Law in China with the UNCITRAL Model Law', João Ribeiro, Stephanie Teh, Issue 3, pp. 459–487
'‘How Long Have You Got?’: Towards a Transparent and Streamlined System for Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards in China', Fan Yang, Issue 3, pp. 489–508
'Parallel Proceedings in Indian Arbitration Law: Invoking Lis Pendens', Harshad Pathak, Pratyush Panjwani, Issue 3, pp. 509–543
'Hong Kong’s Year in Review: A Résumé of 2016 Arbitration Developments', Mariel Dimsey, Issue 3, pp. 545–566
'Korean Arbitration Act Amended to Adopt Key Features of 2006 Model Law Amendments', John Bang, David MacArthur, Issue 3, pp. 567–583

ISSUE 4
'Why Finland Should Adopt the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration', Christopher R. Seppälä, Issue 4, pp. 585–599
'Like Oil and Water? Human Rights in Investment Arbitration in the Wake of Philip Morris v. Uruguay', Monica Feria-Tinta, Issue 4, pp. 601–630
'Impecuniosity and Validity of Arbitration Agreements', Juan Pablo Moyano, Issue 4, pp. 631–652
'Orderliness and Coherence in International Investment Law and Arbitration: An Analysis Through the Lens of State of Necessity', Giovanni Zarra, Issue 4, pp. 653–678
'Court-Ordered Interim Relief Against States in Aid of Arbitration: Sovereign Immunity, Waiver and Comity', Nelson Goh, Issue 4, pp. 679–709
'Think Quality Not Quantity: Repeat Appointments and Arbitrator Challenges', Will Sheng Wilson Koh, Issue 4, pp. 711–740
'Book Review: Attorney-Client Privilege in International Arbitration, edited by Annabelle Möckesch. (Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2017)', Claudio Salas, Issue 4, pp. 741–743
'Book Review: Arbitration of International Mining Disputes: Law and Practice, by H. G. Burnett & L.-A. Bret. (Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2017)', Raphael J. Heffron, Issue 4, pp. 743–746

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