Editor: James H. Carter
International arbitration is a fast-moving express train. The international arbitration community has created other publications that follow these developments regularly. Scholarly arbitration literature follows behind, at a more leisurely pace. There is a niche to be filled by an analytical review of what has occurred in each of the important arbitration jurisdictions during the past year. This volume, to which leading arbitration practitioners around the world have made valuable contributions, seeks to fill that space.
Editor: Thomas Janssens
Throughout this edition, and following the unique Getting the Deal Through format, the same key questions are answered by leading practitioners in each of the jurisdictions featured.
Expert local insight into dispute resolution worldwide, dealing with matters related to: court system, judges and juries, limitation issues, pre-action behaviour, starting proceedings and the timetable for proceedings, case management, evidence, interim remedies and relief, enforcement, appeal, foreign judgments, UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, arbitration agreements and arbitral procedure, court intervention and requirements for ADR.
Editor: Jan Putnis
This edition covers 37 countries and territories in addition to the chapters on international initiatives and the European Union. Banking regulation will have a critically important role to play in determining how and when banks can and must help their customers get through this difficult time, and financial regulators must play their part to help facilitate this. Like much else in the financial world, banking regulation will never be the same again and this crisis is likely to lead to new regulatory initiatives to help banks to support stricken economies and businesses.
Editor: James G Tillen
This volume captures the growing anti-corruption jurisprudence that is developing around the globe. Comprising expert summaries of countries’ anticorruption laws and enforcement policies, and including contributions from Transparency International and the OECD. Topics covered include: foreign bribery, financial record keeping and domestic bribery.