Arbitration's Age of Enlightenment?
Författare:Bull Cavinder , Malintoppi Loretta , Partasides Constantine
Titel:Arbitration's Age of Enlightenment?
Omfång:1104 sid.
Typ av verk:Samlingsverk
Serie:ICCA Congress Series nr. 21

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Arbitration’s Age of Enlightenment? is a timely compendium of essays addressing the criticism of the arbitral process that has been voiced in recent years, interpreting the challenge as an invitation to enlightenment. This volume directly presents the considered views of a broad cross-section of the international arbitration community and records the entire proceedings of the twenty-fifth Congress of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA), held in Edinburgh in September 2022.

What’s in this book:

Topics range from the impact of artificial intelligence to the role of international arbitration in restraining resorts to unilateralism, protectionism, and nationalism. The contributors address the following contentious issues:

- time and cost;

- gender and cultural diversity;

- confidentiality versus transparency;

- investor-State dispute settlement procedures;

- the proposed establishment of a permanent international investment court system;

- how cross-fertilisation across different disciplines may impact international arbitration;

- determining whether a document request seeks documents that are relevant and material to the outcome of a dispute;

- whether we would be better off if investment arbitration were to disappear; and

implications for international arbitration of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Considering global issues that are likely to give rise to disputes in the future, including climate change, environmental protection, access to depleting water resources, energy and mining transition, and human rights initiatives, several contributions lay stress on developments in specific countries (China, India) and regions (Africa, the Middle East).

How this will help you:

Arbitrators, corporate counsel, and policymakers will welcome this opportunity to engage with current thinking on key issues in international commercial and investment arbitration, especially given the diversity of thought presented by authors worldwide.

Table Of Contents

Cavinder Bull SC, Loretta Malintoppi, and Constantine Partasides KC

ICCA Congress 2022

Part I Opening Keynote Address

Chapter 1 Arbitration’s Age of Enlightenment: A Celebration or a Challenge?
The Honourable Louise Arbour

Part II Plenary: Arbitration’s Age of Enlightenment … and Adaptation?

Chapter 2 A Search for International Enlightenment Through Arbitration: Andrew Carnegie, the Alabama Claims Arbitration, and the ‘Temple of Peace’
J. Christopher Thomas KC

Chapter 3 How Does International Arbitration Fare in a World Creeping Towards Unilateralism, Protectionism and Nationalism?
Hi-Taek Shin

Chapter 4 “Loyauté”: A Tool for Enlightenment?
Carole Malinvaud

Chapter 5 AI Versus IA: End of the Enlightenment?
Lucy Reed

Part III Panel 1: Progress Made/Progress to Be Made – Exploring the Ways Forward

Chapter 6 E3 + Action – Talk + Data = Enlightenment in International Arbitration
Lucy Greenwood

Chapter 7 Some Thoughts on Progress
James Hope

Part IV Once Upon a Time in International Arbitration

Panel 2: I. Three Classics Revisited

Chapter 8 Putting the Abu Dhabi Oil Award’s Methodology to the Test of Time
Nagla Nassar

Chapter 9 Why Investment Treaties Should Not Be Subverted by Barcelona Traction
Jan Paulsson

Annex: Extracts from GAMI v Mexico (NAFTA), Final Award, 15 November 2004, Section 7 (“Expropriation”), pp. 45-51.

Chapter 10 Mitsubishi and Its Learning
George A. Bermann

Panel 3: II. State Responsibility – Then and Now

Chapter 11 The International Law Commission and Its Articles on State Responsibility
Bruno Simma

Chapter 12 Some Thoughts on Frictions and Fault Lines in the Application by Investment Tribunals of the ILC Articles on State Responsibility
Chester Brown

Chapter 13 Who’s Afraid of the Articles on State Responsibility
Christian J. Tams

Panel 4: Arbitration’s Printing Press: Drawing the Line between Confidentiality and Transparency

Chapter 14 In Defence of Party Choice: The Continuing Importance of Confidentiality in Commercial Arbitration
Paula Hodges QC

Chapter 15 Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration Does Not Undermine the Legitimacy of the Process
Lilit Nagapetyan

Chapter 16 How Confidential Is Confidential?: Safeguards, Obstacles, and Boundaries of Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration
Anke Sessler

Chapter 17 The Link Between Transparency and Legitimacy in International Arbitration
Caroline Simson

Chapter 18 A Letter to the Editor
Mallory Silberman

Panel 5: Post-pandemic Dispute Resolution Toolbox

Chapter 19 Dispute Resolution Toolbox
Lady Justice Joyce Aluoch

Chapter 20 Combined Dispute Resolution Processes: Trends and Challenges Post Pandemic
Wolf von Kumberg

Chapter 21 Knowledge-Based ADR Toolbox for Uncertain Times
Elina Mereminskaya*

Panel 6: State of the World in 2022 – New Developments and Reform in International Investment Arbitration

Chapter 22 A User’s Guide to What’s New in the ICSID Rules 2022
Meg Kinnear

Chapter 23 ‘State of the World’: New Developments and Reform in International Investment Arbitration – The UNCITRAL ISDS Reform
Anna Joubin-Bret & David Nikolaus Probst

Chapter 24 ISDS Reform: Innovative Actions at the National and Bilateral Levels
Ajuma Patience Okala

Chapter 25 The “State of the World” in 2022: New Developments and Reform in International Investment Arbitration—ISDS Reform Proposals: An Investor Perspective
Andrew T. Clarke

Part V Regional Themes

Panel 7: Regional Themes I: The Americas and Europe Between Constitutionalism and Populism

Chapter 26 The Americas and Europe Between Constitutionalism and Populism: European Challenges to ISDS
Sir David Edward

Chapter 27 The CJEU and ISDS
Markus Burgstaller

Chapter 28 The Interaction of European Investment Law with Public International Law
Julie Bédard & César Rivière

Chapter 29 From the No to the May Be: Latin America and Investment Arbitration
Eduardo Zuleta

Panel 8: Regional Themes II: Asia, Africa and the Middle East: Dynamism and Consolidation

Chapter 30 Local Characteristics of Arbitration in China and Their Influence on Legislations
Wei Sun*

Chapter 31 Arbitration in India: Quo Vadis?
Darius J. Khambata

Chapter 32 Of Lions, Tigers, Dragons, and Wolves: Transforming International Arbitration in Africa
Ndanga Kamau

Chapter 33 African Practitioners, International Arbitration, and Inclusivity
Emilia Onyema

Panel 9: The Sociology of Arbitration

Chapter 34 The Changing Sociology of the Investment Arbitration Market: The Case of Double Hatting
Malcolm Langford

Chapter 35 The End of Hubris in International Arbitration?: A Reply to Malcolm Langford
Florian Grisel

Chapter 36 Sociology and the Market for Commercial Arbitrators: Seeing It All Differently
Janet Walker, CM

Panel 10: Young Practitioners and Our Future

Chapter 37 Report of the Moderator for the Young Practitioners and Our Future Panel
Yuet Min Foo

Part VI New Frontiers

Panel 11: New Frontiers I: Arbitration in the Age of [Post-pandemic] Technology

Chapter 38 How to Win Instructions in the Post-pandemic World
Lee Ji En

Chapter 39 Artificial Intelligence in Arbitral Decision-Making: The New Enlightenment?
Maxi Scherer

Chapter 40 Decentralized Justice Systems: A New Player in the Field of Alternative Dispute Resolution?
Julie Raneda

Chapter 41 Artificial Intelligence and the Face of the Arbitrations of Tomorrow
Kathryn Khamsi

Panel 12: New Frontiers II: The Subject Matters of the Disputes of Tomorrow

Chapter 42 Harmonious Interpretation of Investment Treaties and International Human Rights Instruments Considering the Climate Change
Deger Boden

Chapter 43 New Types of Energy Disputes: In the Era of Low Carbon Transition
Peter D. Cameron

Chapter 44 Access to and Use of Freshwater River Resources
Rodman Bundy*

Chapter 45 New Frontiers II: The Subject Matters of the Disputes of Tomorrow – Cloud Disputes
Ginta Ahrel

Panel 13: Renaissance Arbitrator

Chapter 46 Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics in Arbitration
Melanie van Leeuwen

Chapter 47 The Renaissance Arbitrator: Lessons from the Construction Industry and Statutory Adjudication
Janey L. Milligan LLM FRICS FCIArb

Chapter 48 Some “Wh”s of Training of Arbitrators on Bounded Rationality and Debiasing Techniques: Taking the Future of Arbitral Decision-Making Seriously
Bruno Guandalini

Panel 14: Different Perspectives

Chapter 49 Enlightened, but under Siege?: A User’s Perspective on the International Commercial Arbitration Market
Patrick Baeten

Chapter 50 State Perspective on International Commercial Arbitration: State as a Policymaker and State as a User of the System
Mariam Gotsiridze

Chapter 51 Protecting Party Consent: The Role of the UK Courts in International Arbitration
Lord Hodge

Panel 15: The Great Debate: ‘A World Without Investment Arbitration?’

Chapter 52 A World Without Investment Arbitration? An Introduction to Debate
Jan Kleinheisterkamp

Chapter 53 For the Proposition: A World Without Investment Arbitration?
Toby Landau KC, Chester Brown & Michael Waibel

Chapter 54 The World Is Better with Investment Arbitration
Carolyn B. Lamm, Rocío Digón & Caitlin Walczyk

Chapter 55 The Great Debate: A Commentator’s Perspective
Chin Heng Ong

Part VII Closing Session

Chapter 56 Closing Keynote Address
Colin Sutherland, The Right Hon Lord Carloway

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