International Arbitration

In the beginning of the twenty-first century International Commercial Arbitration is the normal means of resolving international commercial disputes. National laws on arbitration have been modernized on all continents. International treaties on arbitration have been signed or adhered to with impressive success. The class on international commercial arbitration is destined to give an overview of today¿s international arbitration practice as a modern mechanism to settle commercial dispute. It shall intensify the knowledge of those practitioners who are regularly involved in arbitration proceedings around the globe. Essential practical topics such as drafting the arbitration agreement, the choice of the place of arbitration and the applicable law, the conduct of arbitration proceedings from filing the request until rendering an arbitral award and the particularities of ad-hoc and institutional arbitration proceedings will equally be dealt with as well as more complex topics such as the particularities of arbitration as a Dispute Resolution mechanism in Mergers and Acquisitions and of Investment Disputes.

Catalog Number: LITARB 897M

Course History

Fall 2010
Title: International Arbitration
Section: 1     Type: RSC     Credits: 1.0
Capacity: 30     Actual: 17