ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 2019 - Issue 3

No. @19BUL3

ISBN : 978-92-842-0572-1

The ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin includes sections on Doctrine, Case Decisions (Awards, Procedural Orders), Global Developments, ICC Activities, Book Reviews and ICC Dispute Resolution Practice and Procedure. The editorial board for the Bulletin is comprised of 20 arbitration and dispute resolution specialists from all parts of the world. The eBulletin is published on a quarterly basis.  

Issue 3 includes:

  • Global Developments: News from Colombia, Hong Kong, Hungary and Lithuania
  • Two commentaries: ‘Diversity, Legitimacy, Innovation and the Future of International Arbitration’, ‘Joint Operating Agreements in the International Oil & Gas Industry: ICC Arbitral Awards’
  • Case Decisions: ‘Impact of Parallel Criminal Proceedings on Procedure and Evidence in International Arbitration: Selected ICC Cases’
  • ICC Commission Reports: ‘Resolving Climate Change Related Disputes through Arbitration and ADR’
  • ICC Activities: New ICC DRS App, Institute Training on Assessment of Damages


Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0572-1
Number of pages : 123
Publishing date : 2019
Language : English
Format in cm : 21*29.7

Contents

> In Memoriam Luiz Olavo Baptista

   Alexis Mourre

> Message from the President

   Alexis Mourre

> Welcome from the Editors-in-Chief

   Samaa Haridi and Julien Fouret

GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS

 > Colombia: Supreme Court Sets Framework for the Annulment of Awards rendered in

   International Arbitrations Seated in Colombia

   Alberto Zuleta, Carolina Lopez

 

> Hong Kong: A Game Changer: Interim Measures from the Mainland Chinese Courts

   in Support of Hong Kong Arbitrations

   Andrew Chin, Valerie Li, Edison Li

 

> Hungary: Challenges to ICC and Other Foreign Institutional Arbitration

   under the New Hungarian Arbitration Act

   Veronika Korom

 

> Lithuania: Foreign Award Granting ‘Unreasonable’ Penalties Refused

   Recognition and Enforcement

   Rimantas Daujotas

COMMENTARY

 > Diversity, Legitimacy, Innovation and the Future of International Arbitration

   Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab

 

> Joint Operating Agreements in the Oil and Gas industry: ICC Awards

   Tim Martin, John Gilbert, Martin Gusy

CASE DECISIONS

> Impact of Parallel Criminal Proceedings on Procedure and Evidence

   in International Arbitration: Selected ICC Cases 

   José Feris, Stephanie Torkomyan

 

ICC COMMISSION REPORTS

> Resolving Climate Change Related Disputes Through Arbitration and ADR

 

ICC ACTIVITIES

> ICC’s Leading Dispute Resolution Services in an App

 

> ICC Institute Training on Assessment of Damages, Singapore, 25 June 2019 

   Byung-Woo IM, Joel Richardson, Juyoung Kang