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International Litigation And Arbitration: Practice And Planning (Carolina Academic Press Law Casebook)
by:Russell J. Weintraub
Although it is only a little more than three years since the second edition came out, the volume of important developments made a new edition desirable. New features include a comprehensive note on the "not considered as domestic awards" in article 1(1) of the New York Arbitration Convention and a landmark House of Lords decision of July 20, 2000 that...
Although it is only a little more than three years since the second edition came out, the volume of important developments made a new edition desirable. New features include a comprehensive note on the "not considered as domestic awards" in article 1(1) of the New York Arbitration Convention and a landmark House of Lords decision of July 20, 2000 that reshapes forum non conveniens doctrine in the UK and rejects the "public interest" factors used by US courts. Chapter 8, "Damages Resulting from International Flights," has been completely rewritten to present the two-tier compensations system created by the 1995 Kuala Lampur agreement and the new Montreal Convention. The rewritten chapter focuses on the issues that will be important under the new compensations regime. The completely updated and revised edition continues the extensive commentary, notes, and questions that have made the first two editions so popular resulting in adoptions at many law schools, both in the US and abroad.
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