A Manual of International Dispute Resolution

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Commonwealth Secretariat, 2006 - Law - 367 pages
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A comprehensive, far-reaching and in-depth analysis of international dispute resolution. Anyone engaged in the resolution of any disputes throughout the Commonwealth, indeed the world, must have this manual at the side of their desk.The Rt Hon Sir Philip Otton, former Lord Justice of Appeal, England and Wales International dispute resolution, in one or another form, is the practical concern of innumerable businessmen, public servants, lawyers, and leaders. The Manual will be useful tool. Sandra Day O'Connor, former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Represents the latest thinking in the area of international dispute settlement as it affects a number of area of emerging interest. William K Slate II, President/CEO, American Arbitration Association A practical guide to international dispute resolution and settlement, especially in the fields of trade and commerce, investment, and intellectual property. Essential reading for international lawyers, business people and government servants.The author, an English barrister with particular expertise in the field of international arbitration, introduces each topic, illustrating it by decisions of the national and International Courts and tribunal. H also suggests sources for more detailed study in each topic area. The book will be of interest to readers worldwide who need to understand international dispute resolution processes and institutions.

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Dispute Avoidance
International Conventions Dealing with Dispute Resolution
International Law and the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

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About the author (2006)

Anthony Connerty is an English barrister. He has appeared in most English courts. His areas of practice include multi-million U.S. dollar international commercial disputes, both as Counsel and Arbitrator. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a panel member of various international arbitration bodies including the American Arbitration Association's international panel and the World Intellectual Property Organization arbitration panel.

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