International Dispute Resolution, Issue 2010

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Dennis Campbell
Kluwer Law International B.V., Jan 1, 2010 - Law - 372 pages
This special issue of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business examines a variety of issues relating to international dispute resolution. National systems such as Brazil, England and Wales, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Slovakia, the United States, are reviewed. The treatment of special issues ranges from document production, discovery, and ethics to public policy, telecommunications contracts, and expatriate employees. Finally, the issue surveys various topics, dealing with matters such as the general principles of law, international rules, international contract law, consolidation and class actions, and enforcement of arbitral awards.
 

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Contents

Developments
1
Connections Conflicts
21
The Effects of General Principles of
43
Widely Used Rules in International Arbitration
57
International Contract Law as the Substantive
103
Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards in Brazil
167
Developments in Mediation in England and Wales
181
Arbitration in the Hong Kong Special
201
Mediation in Slovakia
267
Resolving Disputes Involving United States
277
Consolidation Intended Unintended
297
Is the Door Open to United States Discovery
309
United States Public Policy and Enforcement
325
United States Dispute Resolution of International
337
International Enforcement of Arbitration Awards
351
Index
367

An Indian Perspective
235
Mediation under Italian
249

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