Expertly combining negotiation theory and practice, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution for Lawyers demonstrates how lawyers can deliver enhanced levels of service to their clients. Comprehensive and engaging, the book is a lawyer’s guide to resolving conflict, negotiating deals, preserving important client relationships, and ultimately becoming truly effective problem solvers.
As the arbitration of internal trust disputes has attracted significant attention amongst the arbitration and trust law communities in recent years, Arbitration of Trust Disputes provides a timely and comprehensive examination of the ways of overcoming challenges associated with trust arbitration, including human rights and natural justice issues. Including commentary on existing trust arbitration statutes, including the ECHR and the Hague Trust Convention, it draws comparisons between trust and arbitration law in multiple commonwealth jurisdictions to determine how trust arbitration could work in each system, while providing guidance for the drafting of trust arbitration clauses.
Offering a comprehensive commentary on the Brussels I bis Regulation, chapters
outline the origins and evolution of each article before delving into their
interpretation in view of the case law of the European Court of Justice. Its
exhaustive evaluation of the corresponding case law demonstrates key precedents
which can be applied to practical problems in the field related to jurisdiction,
recognition and enforcement of decisions.
This essential book discusses a wide range of important legal principles such as procedural fairness and reasonableness in the context of international trade and investment law. Using comparative methodology, the authors examine how those principles are reflected in treaties and how they are employed by adjudicators resolving disputes.
This indispensable book offers a concise comparative introduction to international commercial arbitration (ICA). With reference to recent case law from leading jurisdictions and up-to-date rules revisions, International Commercial Arbitration offers a thorough overview of the issues raised in arbitration, from the time of drafting of the arbitration clause to the rendering of the arbitral award and the post-award stage.
This comprehensive book will be essential reading for all those involved with fine art, jewellery and specie insurance. David Scully analyses the history, structure and dynamics of the global marketplace for this type of insurance, illustrating key points with real life examples to provide a practical guide to the business.
This thought-provoking book examines whether regional centres associated with global legal institutions facilitate expanded citizen engagement in global soft law making. Through an analysis of empirical research into the role of decentralized soft law making in the East Asian region, it investigates the influence of such regional centres in overcoming representational deficits in the design of cross-border dispute settlement norms.
This book examines the intersection of EU law and international arbitration based on the experience of leading practitioners in both commercial and investment treaty arbitration law. It expertly illustrates the depth and breadth of EU law’s impact on party autonomy and on the margin of appreciation available to arbitral tribunals.
This thought-provoking book combines analysis of international commercial and investment treaty arbitration in order to examine how they have been framed by the twin tensions of ‘in/formalisation’ and ‘glocalisation’. Taking a comparative approach, the book focuses on Australia and Japan in their attempts to become regional hubs for international arbitration and dispute resolution services in the increasingly influential Asia-Pacific context as well as a global context.
Comparative Dispute Resolution offers an original, wide-ranging, and invaluable corpus of chapters on dispute resolution. Enriched by a broad, comparative vision and a focus on the processes used to handle disputes, this study adds significantly to the discourse around comparative legal studies. Chapters present new understandings of theoretical, comparative and transnational dimensions of the manner in which societies and their legal systems respond to difficulties in social relations.