1. Auflage 2020,
Band: 79, 292 Seiten, Kartoniert, Paperback, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 458 g
Reihe: Ius Gentium, Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
Janssen / Chen Dispute Resolution in China, Europe and WorldThis book brings together articles from leading experts in the field of international dispute resolution. The main focus is on the situation in Asia, though the European perspective also plays an important part. Accordingly, the focus on the Asian dispute resolution market with a distinctly American and European “touch” is one of the book’s most unique features.
The dispute resolution market is rapidly transforming, and dispute resolution law is changing with it –especially in Asia. This book highlights recent advances and outlines future trends in this area. Emphasis is especially placed on International Commercial Arbitration Law on the one hand; and on International Investment Arbitration Law on the other. Two dedicated sections address these two topics, while another is dedicated to a quite new phenomenon in the field of international dispute resolution, the emergence of International Commercial Courts not only in Asia, but also in other regions of the world (e.g. in the Netherlands). This raises a host of interesting legal questions, which the book addresses. The book’s final section investigates general trends in dispute resolution (e.g. the rising cost problem in arbitration in general).
Weitere Infos & Material
Part I: Commercial Arbitration.- Chapter 1. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Mainland China - An Empirical Survey.- Chapter 2. Latest Development of Chinese International Arbitration - From the Perspective of SCIA's Innovation.- Chapter 3. Reflections on the Key Ingredients for Successful Reform of International Commercial Arbitration in the Asia Pacific.- Chapter .- 4. Interim Injunction in Mainland China .- Chapter 5. Conflict of Laws Rules Adopted by Chinese Courts and Arbitral Tribunals in the Context of Cross-Border Dispute.- Part II: Investment Arbitration.- Chapter 6. Are They or are They Not? The Compatibility of Arbitration Clauses in Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) with European Union Law.- Part III: General Trends of Dispute Resolution.- Chapter 7. Progress and Trends in Dispute Resolution Worldwide: An Asian Perspective.- Chapter 8. Rising Costs in International Arbitration: Is Arbitration Still Better Than Litigation?.- Chapter 9. Court's Assistance on On-going Off-shore Arbitration Cases in Both Chinese Mainland and Hong Kong (A Comparative Study).- Chapter 10. New Trends in Arbitration: Is the Arbitrator's Role Changing?.- Part IV Internation Commercial Court.- Chapter 11. German Commercial Court.- Chapter 12. The Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments of International Commercial Courts.- Chapter 13. The Netherlands Commercial Court (NCC) - Challenges and Perspectives.- Chapter 14. Dispute Resolution in the Context of the One Belt One Road Initiative.