ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin – Issue 2 2022

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Descrizione

Pubblicazione disponibile solo nel Formato eBook. Per leggere l’eBook è necessario aver installato Adobe Digital Editions (Software gratuito) sul proprio device. Leggi qui come scaricare un eBook ICC.L’ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin include aggiornamenti su dottrina, decisioni dei casi (lodi arbitrali, ordinanze processuali), sviluppi a livello globale, attività di ICC, recensioni di libri, procedura e prassi dell’ICC Dispute Resolution Service. Il Comitato editoriale del Bulletin è composto da un gruppo di 20 esperti di arbitrato e risoluzione delle controversie provenienti da tutto il mondo. Il Bulletin viene pubblicato online ogni quadrimestre.

In questo numero:

  • Message from Claudia Salomon, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
  • Global Developments: News from Colombia, the United States, Hong Kong, India, France, and Ukraine
  • Commentary:
    – “Diversity in Action” by Mélanie van Leeuwen
    – “Who Decides? Judicial Review of Arbitral Jurisdiction in the U.S. and Germany – particularly under Article V(1)(c) of the New York Convention” by A. Frischknecht, G. Körner and A. Lupsaiu
  • ICC Commission reports: Pierre Mayer’s keynote speech entitled “Corruption and Arbitration: Recent Developments in French Case Law” at the meeting of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR in March 2022
  • ICC Activities: Reporting on the ICC MENA Conference and ICC Institute advanced training on Dispute Boards, the ICC Court’s Belt & Road Initiative Commission, a YAAF event on “How to Match Arbitration with Businesses’ Expectations”, and a synopsis of the Webinar “Top 10 Tips on How to Make an Award Work: Lessons from the ICC Scrutiny Process”
  • Book reviews: Overriding Mandatory Rules and Compliance in International Arbitration, ICC Institute Dossier XIX, edited by G. Affaki, V. Khvalei; Clear Path or Jungle in Commercial Arbitrators’ Conflict of Interest, edited by F. Dasser; Due Process as a Limit to Discretion in International Commercial Arbitration, edited by F. Ferrari, F. Rosenfeld, D. Czernich.