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This book provides the reader with immediate access to understanding the world of international arbitration by explaining how and why arbitration works. It is short and readable, but comprehensive in its coverage of the basic requirements, including the most recent changes in arbitration laws, rules, and guidelines.
This handbook gives legal practitioners, students and new mediators practical guidance on the mediation process. Drawing on her experience as a mediator, academic and a businessperson, Marjorie Mantle takes a down-to-earth approach to mediation, pointing out the pitfalls as well as the benefits.
This book analyses the contractual mechanisms requiring parties to exhaust a selected amicable dispute resolution procedure before proceedings in court or arbitration are initiated. It briefly explains the phenomenon of integrated dispute resolution, outlines ADR methods commonly used in multi-tiered clauses and presents the overview of standard clauses published by...
This book charts and assesses the extent to which the major arbitration houses, including the International Chamber of Commerce and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, are evolving governance functions that would normally be associated with state courts.
By Stuart Sime
A Practical Approach to Alternative Dispute Resolution will appeal to law students and practitioners looking for a book that deals with the full range of ADR processes. This comprehensive book covers the core topics on the dispute resolution module for the BPTC. Its practical focus highlights the key processes and...
Concentrating on the market in England and Wales, but drawing on the experience of mediators who have successfully developed practices in other countries, Setting Up in Business as a Mediator is a practical guide to starting a mediation practice. Aimed at all types of mediators, it explains the need for...
Contributors explain the diverse range of theories which underpin restorative practice. With examples of conventional and innovative applications across a range of settings, they demonstrate how the theories translate into effective practice.
Investment treaty arbitration urgently requires a certain and consistent way of deciding regulatory disputes that pays due respect to the competing imperatives of investment protection and regulatory autonomy. Caroline Henckels argues that in such cases investment tribunals should employ proportionality analysis in combination with an institutionally sensitive standard of review.