Launched in 1985, Arbitration International provides quarterly coverage for national and international developments in the world of arbitration. The objective of the journal is to strike a balance between scholarly discussions and practical applications in the field. It offers up-to-date coverage of current developments while also featuring analytical research that holds relevance over time. Arbitrators, counsel, judges, scholars and government officials will find the journal enhances their understanding of a broad range of topics in commercial and investment arbitration.
Contents of LCIA Volume 38, Issue 4 are the following articles:
- “Mind the settlement gap: a call for more effective judicialization of international commercial arbitration” by Richard G. Allemann.
- “India: a late opening to the notion of international public policy?” by Abhisar Vidyarthi and Sikander Hyaat Khan.
- “Proposed basic timetables for expedited arbitration” by Tom Webster.
- “The applicability of Henderson v Henderson in an arbitration seated in England” by Myron Phua and Serena Seo Yeon Lee.
- “The Impact of Covid on International Disputes” by Tanya Landon and Katie von der Weid.
offersen:christoffersen advises on both national and international arbitration. René Offersen has acted as an arbitrator in numerous cases and was a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris (2015-2021) and is affiliated to the LCIA (London) and VCCA (Lithuania). His arbitration experience spans the Danish Institute of Arbitration, the Danish Building and Construction Arbitration Board, ad hoc arbitration tribunals, the ICC, the SCC (Stockholm) and the FAI (Helsinki).
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