ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 2017 Issue 1

No. @17BUL1

ISBN : 978-92-842-0456-4

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 four times per year, one issue per quarter April, June, September and December. Each issue is published in digital format only.

Issue 1 2017 includes:

  • reports on recent developments in case law and legislation in Brazil, England, Hong Kong, Lithuania, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore and the USA, as well as Angola's ratification of the New York Convention; 
  • in-depth commentaries on topics as wide-ranging as ICC's new expedited arbitration procedure, sealed offers, enforcement of international arbitral awards in US courts, and ICC practice in arbitrations based on investment treaties; 
  • eight previously unpublished extracts from recent procedural orders in ICC cases enlightening practitioners on the question of bifurcating proceedings; 
  • news from the ICC Court, the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and the ICC Institute of World Business Law; 
  • two book reviews pointing readers towards relevant publications on class and group actions in arbitration and arbitral institutions.
Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0456-4
Number of pages : 105
Publishing date : 2017
Language : English
Format in cm : N/A

>   Alexis Mourre, Message from the President... 5

>   Dyalá Jiménez Figueres and Julien Fouret, Welcome from the Editors-in-Chief... 7

GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS

>   Ndanga Kamau, Angola: Ratification of New York Convention... 10

>   Mak Shin Yi, Singapore, Hong Kong: Legislative Reform Embracing Third-Party Funding in Arbitration... 11

>   Paula Gibbs, New Zealand: Arbitration Amendment Act 2016... 13

>   Christina Schuetz, England: Where to Seek Injunctive Relief Before the Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal?... 14

>   Paulius Docka, Lithuania: An Arbitral Institution’s Independence in Question... 16

>   Roman Zykov, Russia: Arbitral Institutions Now Required to be State-Registered... 17

>   Thierry Tomasi and Marcos de Campos Ludwig, Brazil: No Recognition of Foreign Arbitral Award Set Aside in the Country where the Award was Issued... 19

>   Yasmine Lahlou and Jungmin Cho, United States: Court of Appeals for Second Circuit Provides Guidance on Enforcement Against Alter Egos of Defunct Debtors... 21


COMMENTARY

>   Andrea Carlevaris and Joel Dahlquist Cullborg, Investment Treaty Arbitration at ICC... 25

>   Patricio Grané Labat, Csaba Rusznak and Sally Pei, Enforcing International Arbitral Awards in U.S. Courts... 32

 

CASE DECISIONS

> Francisco Blavi, Bifurcation of ICC Arbitral Proceedings: A Selection of Recent Procedural Orders... 46

ICC PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

>   José Ricardo Feris, The 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration and

the New ICC Expedited Procedure Provisions: A View from Inside the Institution... 63

>   Giacomo Marchisio, Recent Solutions to Old Problems:

A Look at the Expedited Procedure under the Newly Revised ICC Rules of Arbitration... 76

>   Christopher Seppälä, Paul Brumpton and Mariele Coulet-Diaz, The New Assistance ICC Provides to Protect the Confidentiality of a ‘Sealed Offer’... 84


ICC ACTIVITIES

>   ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, New Edition of Report on Information Technology... 93

>   ICC Arbitral Tribunals, ICC Ushers in New Era of Transparency...93

>   Secretariat of the Court, ICC Court to Start Operating in Brazil... 95

>   ICC Institute of World Business Law, A Taste of the ICC Advanced Arbitration Academy... 95

>   ICC Institute of World Business Law, Annual Colloquium on Decision Making... 96

>   ICC Court, Management Changes at the Secretariat of the Court... 99

BOOK REVIEWS

>   Nathan Searle, Comparative Perspectives on Class Arbitration: Class and Group Actions in Arbitration... 101

>   Niuscha Bassiri, Arbitral Institutions in a New Light: The Functions of Arbitral Institutions... 103

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 four times per year, one issue per quarter April, June, September and December.

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