Fouchard, Gaillard, Goldman on International Commercial Arbitration

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Kluwer Law International, Sep 2, 1999 - Business & Economics - 1280 pages
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This exhaustive treatise provides an in-depth analysis of the law and practice of international commercial arbitration, highlighting the worldwide movement towards an autonomous legal regime, free of the constraints of national law and of the law of the place of arbitration in particular.

As well as exploring the application and the influence of the first modem arbitration statutes, enacted in France, the Netherlands and Switzerland in the 1980s, detailed consideration is given to the 1985 UNCITRAL Model Law, to recent arbitration legislation now in force in England, Germany, Belgium and Sweden, and to the new arbitration rules of the AAA, ICC and LCIA.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
9
The Meaning of International 78 to 126
45
CHAPTER II
63
The Meaning of Commercial 58 to 77 35
68
2 International Sources 190 to 302
103
Private Sources 303 to 384
151
THE ARBlTRATlON AGREEMENT
197
Autonomy of the Arbitration Agreement from all National
218
The Making of the Award 1367 to 1412
746
Form of the Award 1389 to 1412
760
Immediate Effects of the Award 1413 to 1419
775
APPLlCABLE LAW CHOSEN BY THE PARTlES
785
The Subject Matter of the Parties Choice 1431 to 1508
791
Limits on the Effectiveness of the Parties Choice of
841
CHAPTER II
865
The Subject Matter of the Arbitrators Choice
878

B Connecting Factors 426 to 434
224
CHAPTER II
241
Consent 471 to 531
253
Validity of the Parties Consent 525 to 531
307
Form and Proof 590 to 623
360
EFFECTS OF THE ARBlTRATlON AGREEMENT
381
Negative Effects of the Arbitration Agreement 661 to 688
402
ASSlGNMENT AND EXPlRATlON OF
417
Expiration of the Arbitration Agreement 726 to 741
437
THE ARBlTRAL TRlBUNAL
451
2 Difficulties in the Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal
484
International Practice 951 to 1008
532
CHAPTER II
557
Arbitrators as Service Providers 1101 to 1168
599
CHAPTER I
633
Determining the Law Governing the Arbitral Procedure
646
THE ARBlTRAL PROCEEDlNGS
655
Organization of the Arbitral Proceedings 1225 to 1256
664
Section HI Pleadings and Evidence 1257 to 1301
688
THE COURSE OF THE ARBlTRATlON PROCEEDlNGS
709
Different Types of Provisional or Conservatory Measures
721
CHAPTER IV
735
CHAPTER I
887
The Extent of the Review by the Courts 1601 to 1662
922
CHAPTER III
963
The 1961 European Convention
998
France
1005
Switzerland
1021
UNCITRAL Model Law
1027
1958 New York Convention
1039
1961 European Convention
1049
1975 Panama Convention
1061
AAA International Arbitration Rules
1067
ICC Rules of Arbitration
1081
LCIA Rules
1105
UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules
1129
Bibliography
1145
Table of Arbitral Awards
1159
Table of Arbitration Rules
1173
Table of International Instruments
1181
Table of Judicial Decisions
1187
Table of Legislation
1227
Alphabetical Index
1245

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