Arbitration International provides quarterly coverage for national and international developments in the world of arbitration.
Contents of LCIA Volume 39, Issue 1 are the following articles:
• The international validity of domestic law in investment-treaty arbitration by Martin Jarrett
• Enforcing international arbitral subpoenas in the United States by Tamar Meshel
• The Balder effect: conditional arbitrability’s threat to the New York convention by Alfred Lewis
• Two decades after Salini v. Morocco: the case for retaining the Salini test with modifications by Darius Chan and Justin Lai
• The issuance and enforcement of interim measures in international arbitration under Chinese law by Jianán Wu, Shicong Qin and Xuetong Wang
• Cairn Energy: when retroactive taxation not justified by prevention of tax avoidance in unfair and inequitable by BlazejKuzniacki and Stef van Weeghel.
• Arbitration: The Art & Science of Persuasion, by Dr. Donald E. Vinson and Klaus Reichert, Ricky Diwan KC
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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