ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 2017 Issue 3

No. E17BUL3

ISBN : 978-92-842-0458-8

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.  

Issue 3 2017 includes: 

  •  Commentary as well as a statistical and historical report of the status of women in ICC arbitration
  • Reports on legislative changes in Canada and jurisprudence in Chile, Colombia, Singapore, Cyprus, France, Switzerland, and the US
  • Two articles: how the existential issues of climate change and nuclear threat can overlap with arbitration, and why experts should more often be considered to act as adjudicators
  • A review of a new book raising the focal issue of arbitration as the “default” dispute resolution procedure
  • News of recent ICC activities in New York, China and Mexico
Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0458-8
Number of pages : 86
Publishing date : 2017
Language : English
Format in cm : N/A


  • Sara Nadeau-Séguin :
    Ontario Adopts a New International Commercial Arbitration Act
  • Giulia Previti
    United States
    The Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Puts To Rest Enforcement Efforts in Thai-Lao Case
  • Luis Alfredo Barragán and Irma Rivera
    Iura Novit Arbiter in Colombia: Supreme Court Considerations on the Principle of Congruence in International Arbitration
  • Elina Mereminskaya
    Recent Dismissal of a ‘Recourse of Complaint’ against an Arbitrator Acting in an ICC Arbitration
  • Ryan Lim
    Service on Foreign States of Orders Granting Leave to Enforce Arbitral Awards
  • Maria Athanasiou
    Supreme Court Applies the Requirement of a ‘Duly Authenticated Original Award’ in line with Text and Purpose of the New York Convention
  • Alexandre Mazuranic
    Can an Interim Award Deciding on Part of the Jurisdictional Objections Be Challenged?
  • Elsa Ortega
    The Recent Decision by the Paris Court of Appeal in the Dresser Rand Case: an Endorsement of the Use of Adverse Inferences in International Arbitration .

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