International Commercial Arbitration in United States Courts
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (August 25, 1994)
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This new volume comprehensively examines the law and practice of international commercial arbitration. Among other things, this book provides detailed analysis of: - Drafting and interpreting international arbitration agreements - Enforcing international arbitration agreements in US courts - The non-arbitrability doctrine - Conduct of arbitration proceedings - Discovery in arbitration - Provisional Measures in aid of arbitration - Choice of law in international arbitration - New York Convention and Inter-American Convention - Enforcing and challenging international arbitration awards in US courts The volume includes analysis and comparison of principal provisions of ICC, AAA International, UNCITRAL and LCIA rules. It also considers in detail the New York Convention, the Federal Arbitration Act, and the role of US courts in the international arbitral process. Augmenting the commentary are up-to-date appendices of leading institutional rules, arbitration statutes (including the Federal Arbitration Act, the Swiss Law on Private International Law and the UNCITRAL Model Law), the New York and Inter-American Arbitration Conventions, and other important materials. This book is a companion volume to `International Civil Litigation in United States Courts' (2nd edition, 1992).