International dispute resolution: towards an international arbitration culture

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Kluwer Law International, 1998 - Law - 270 pages
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ICCA's lively, successful 1996 Seoul Conference, hosted by the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, addressed four questions: . Is there a growing international arbitration culture? . Is there an expanding culture that favours combining arbitration, conciliation, and/or other dispute resolution procedures? . To what extent do arbitrators in international cases disregard the bag & baggage of national systems? . When & where do national courts reflect an international culture when deciding issues relating to international arbitration? In ICCA's Congress Series, international experts, professionals, & practitioners in the field of arbitration examine the topic of the culture of international arbitration. This work includes text from Conference commentators. The comments & reports address such diverse topics as UNCITRAL's contribution to the international arbitration culture, the interaction of arbitration & mediation, & the development of an arbitration culture within the state judiciary in the Russian federation. The variety, timeliness, & global character of these papers make this book an informative resource for practitioners of arbitration, other forms of ADR, & litigation.

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CONGRATULATORY ADDRESS
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Whitmore Gray
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Giorgio Bernini
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