This book contains the written contributions to the 3rd conference on "New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration" organized by the CEMAJ (Research Center on Alternative and Judicial Dispute Resolution Methods) of the University of Neuchâtel Faculty of Law.
Highly qualified and experienced arbitration practitioners present some of the most significant new developments in international commercial arbitration:
Interference by national Courts with International Arbitration: the Situation after Saipem v. Bengladesh
Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo
Sense and Nonsense of Witness Statements
Brussels I/Lugano and Artibration: Problems and Perspectives
Review of the Recent Cas Law of the Swiss Federal Tribunal in International Arbitration
Arbitration and Insolvency: Issues of Applicable Law
Carefully researched, the contributions in this book constitute an invaluable reference source in the fast moving field of international arbitration law, both in Switzerland and abroad.