Private Dispute Resolution in International Business: Case study and interactive DVD-ROM

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Kluwer Law International, 2006 - Arbitration agreements, Commercial - 872 pages
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To summarise: - The Case Study (Volume I) provides a realistic and highly practical approach to learning and teaching the law and practice of private dispute resolution in international business.- The Handbook (Volume II) provides a comprehensive comparative study of the law of international dispute resolution.- The DVDRom allows for a highly innovative, interactive teaching and learning experience, and provides a comprehensive collection of arbitration rules and other documentary material.- The videos on the DVDRom clearly manifest the soft skills and advocacy skills required to successfully resolve international business disputes, including the unique opportunity to draw on-screen comparisons between the negotiation, mediation, and arbitration methods.
  

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Contents

The Contract
3
The Dispute
15
Developing Strategies
57
The Negotiations in The Hague Morning Session
73
The Negotiations in The Hague Afternoon Session
95
Mediation
109
The Proposal to Mediate Getting to the Table
111
The Mediation Phase 1 The Mediators Opening Statement and Conclusion of the Negotiation Agreement
153
The Commencement of the Arbitration
291
The Administration of the Statement of Claim by the German Institution of Arbitration DIS
349
The Respondents Reaction
361
Constitution of the Tribunal
369
Challenge of the Tribunals Jurisdiction
381
Interim Measures of Protection
413
Request for Postponement and Change of Identity
427
Challenge of Arbitrator
439

The Mediation Phase 2 The Parties Opening Presentations
175
The Mediation Phase 2 Identifying Issues and Interests
183
The Mediation Phase 3 Fixing the Agenda and Gathering Information
195
The Mediation Phase 4 Generating Options for Settlement of the AX100 Special Dispute Group I Issues and Bargaining
227
The Mediation Phase 4 Restructuring the Future Business Relationship between NedTrans and ALT Group II Issues
255
The Mediation Phase 4 Mr Jaeggis Limits of Authority
265
The Mediation Phase 5 Signing of the Settlement Agreement and Termination of the Mediation
273
Revocation of the Settlement Agreement From Interests to Positions
277
Arbitration
289
The First Day of the Hearing The Legal Issues I
463
The First Day of the Hearing The Legal Issues II
495
The Second Day of the Hearing Taking of Evidence
515
Deliberation of the Tribunal and Rendering of the Award
539
Enforcement of the Award
591
Bibliography
601
Subject Index
627
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About the author (2006)

Berger, Professor, Center for Transnational Law (CENTRAL), Munster University, Germany.

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