The European Arbitration Review provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments in the region. The 2019 edition includes new chapters on Limits to the Principle of ‘Full Compensation’, as well as country overviews on Norway and Romania. In addition the rest of the review has been revised in light of recent developments in arbitration, including analysis of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s judgment in Slovak Republic v Achmea in Energy Arbitrations, the impact of Brexit in England & Wales and the protection of investments in international armed conflicts in Ukraine.
The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2019 provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context – which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in the Americas today.
This edition delivers expert analysis and developments in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
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Global Arbitration Review's comprehensive how-to guides providing all the critical need-to-know information for the layman and experienced practitioner alike.
M&A disputes can be unique in their hostility and complexity. The Guide to M&A Arbitration is a new, practical guide intended to provide guidance on what merger parties should think about, when. It pools the wisdom of specialists who describe how to prevent these disputes arising and how best to resolve them when they do. The guide is structured in two sections. Part I consists of 10 chapters on planning and procedural issues, covering everything from drafting clauses to how to structure contracts to minimise the potential for disputes. Part II offers a geographical survey of important differences in national laws that may affect the outcome of a dispute. It is written by 39 specialists from a variety of backgrounds and takes a practical approach throughout.
The Guide to Construction Arbitration takes the reader through the essential detail of preparing, mitigating and managing construction disputes internationally. From preparing contracts and guarantees, to setting up dispute boards, organizing proceedings in arbitrations, analyzing documents and evidence, and navigating within particular industries and regions.