Arbitration in France – Some New Trends

Leonardo Carpentieri

Introduction  Among the most arbitration-friendly jurisdictions in the world, France is undoubtedly ranked at the top. In fact, Paris is consistently ranked first as the most frequent seat for...

The 2013 Developments in Belgian Arbitration Law

Jean-Pierre Fierens, Joanna Kolber

First main amendment: increased state support for arbitration  Belgian courts have traditionally been rather supportive of arbitration. Judgments that concern an annulment or enforcement of an award...

Current Trends in Arbitration in Austria

Alice Fremuth-Wolf, Michael Nueber

1. Introduction1  When reporting on current trends in Arbitration in Austria two major topics are worth mentioning: The Vienna International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber...


Rafal Morek

 Law needs time to mature – it needs court decisions, glosses and commentaries, which decode the actual meaning of the norms included in it. However, it is of no doubt that, like almost everything...

The 2012 Revision of the Swiss Rules

Lara M.

1. Introduction   The new Swiss Rules came into force on 1 June 2012 and apply to all arbitrations initiated after this date. The new Rules are available online in 10 different languages1.   The first...

Arbitration – Friendly for Whom?

Cezary Wiśniewski

 Arbitration is growing in popularity. It is a thesis which appears at conferences, in publications and during talks on alternative dispute resolution. It is assumed to be true without proof, although...



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