International Commercial Arbitration: A Transnational Perspective

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West Group, 1999 - Law - 818 pages
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Contents

Introduction
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Albert Jan van den Berg The New York Arbitration Con
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On the Authority of Arbitration Tribunals
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Copyright

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Tibor Varady is a Professor of Law at the Central European University, Budapest, and Emory University School of Law, Atlanta. He has been an arbitrator in no less than 200 cases. Professor Varady has been on the list of arbitrators of eight arbitral institutions in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Arthur T. von Mehren (1922-2006) was Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School. He represented the United States for 38 years in the Hague Conference of Private International Law. He wrote 210 publications in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Japanese. They include the groundbreaking Civil Law System, his pioneering two books and nine articles on Japanese law, his highly original Law of Multistate Problems, his foundational monographs on contract formation and form, his articles on jurisdiction, and his award-winning Hague lectures.

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