This book contains the written contributions to the 9th conference on "New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration", organized by the CEMAJ (French acronym for Research Center on Alternative and Judicial Dispute Resolution Methods) of the University of Neuchâtel Faculty of Law.
Highly qualified and experienced arbitration practitioners present some of the most significant new developments in international commercial arbitration:
The Russian Doll Syndrome: Russian Tactics in International Arbitration
The New LCIA Rules
Substantive Law Applied by Arbitrators and Courts: Is It the Same?
China: Opportunities and Challenges for the Swiss Arbitration Community
Clarisse von Wunschheim
Review of the Recent Case Law of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court
Pechstein v. Court of Arbitration for Sport: How Can We Break the Ice?
Carefully researched, the contributions in this collection constitute an invaluable reference source in the fast moving field of international arbitration law, both in Switzerland and abroad.