New Book

The 2011 volume of the book series New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration, co-edited by Christoph Müller and Antonio Rigozzi, has just been published. This annual publication contains the proceedings from the “New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration” conference, which is held every month of November in Neuchâtel. The contributions featured in the New Developments 2011 volume are:

  • The New Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, by John Beechey
  • Chapter 12 PILA – Is It Time for Reform? If Yes, What Shall Be Its Scope?, by Markus Wirth
  • Suspensive Effect of Challenges Against International Arbitral Awards in Switzerland: A Trend Towards More Frequent Grants?, by Cesare Jermini and Nicola Bernardoni
  • The Distinctive Features of the New French Law on Arbitration, by Philppe Pinsolle
  • Review of the Recent Case Law of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court, by Diana Akikol
  • The 2010 IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration, by Richard Kreindler

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