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International Arbitration: Law and Practice (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 22. November 2012

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I was looking for a reference work for teaching international arbitration law and to develop a course. This is a useful tool to provide an overview over the cornerstones of this subject. The author is very well placed to provide this. However, this work of his remains on the descriptive side and for in depth study other works by this author or a different book altogether is needed to complement to knowledge.
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HASH(0x91f28cfc) von 5 Sternen Gary Born - International Arbitration: Law and Practice 31. März 2013
Von Melanie Willems, Chadbourne & Parke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Gary Born is widely recognised as a leading figure in international arbitration. His two-volume work 'International Commercial Arbitration' remains the most compendious and thorough treatment in this field. The author has now taken the most important and practically useful matters and condensed them into a compact, clear and reader-friendly work. Not only does Gary Born's International Arbitration: Law and Practice deal with commercial arbitrations under the major institutional rules and all the key issues they may throw up in practice, the author has also included a chapter that provides a very handy introduction to, and synopsis of, investor-state treaty arbitrations. Throughout, the authorities cited and discussed are from the main legal systems that arbitration practitioners encounter, with the book providing some comparative discussion of the major differences in approach between the jurisdictions. This book is to be recommended as either the first port of call for arbitration practitioners or as an overview of the practice area for budding arbitration lawyers or students.
HASH(0x91d93024) von 5 Sternen Concise introduction to international arbitration 4. August 2014
Von Legal Abstract - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The reviewed book belongs to Gary Born, well-known scholar and lawyers in the field of international arbitration. It has been published after groundbreaking success of his magnum opus – International Commercial Arbitration, a book published in 2009.

That book received a lot of positive feedback. Professor Jack Goldsmith, Harvard Univeristy, wrote that this book has no parallels neither in law, practice or theory in international commercial arbitration. Professor Harold Koh, Yale University, wrote that the book is very comprehensive, accessible and full of different opinions.

The question therefore arises: Will this book repeat the success of the previous one? Before answering, we need to consider the following factors.

First of all, the Born’s masterpiece was devoted to international commercial arbitration, whereas this one is more general and encompasses such topics as international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration and interstate arbitration.

Secondly, the previous book consisted of two large volumes and encompassed almost all topics of international commercial arbitration, discussing in detail every topic, whereas in this book, Born only provides general descriptions and does not discuss in detail.

The present book is intended for those, who just started studying international arbitration. It familiarizes the reader with general concepts, doctrines, principles and rules of international arbitration. Each topic does not occupy more than half a page, sometimes less, which makes us think that it is written for those, who does not want to spend a long time for reading. It is certainly not a sole reason, for which the book is written in such a concise manner. One more reason is that Born intended to discuss and analyze all those concepts and doctrines of international arbitration, which have already been discussed before him.

The style and language is accessible and in most cases is very interesting. The book is attractive also for abundant practical examples, adduced by the author throughout the text.

One more fact has also surprised me in the book. On page 17, the author lists all prominent arbitration institutions of the world, but does not include International Commercial Arbitration at Russian Chamber of Commerce. It implies that this institution is not a leading one, even though it has strong image in Russia and CIS states. It is also a reminder that this institution is in desperate need for improvement. Not only Russian Chamber of Commerce should contribute in it, but also legal community in Russia.

Personally, I liked the book because of practicality, comprehensiveness, conciseness, clearness of ideas and concepts. Perhaps, it gave way to the predecessor, but it was not written to excel it, but to create convenience for the reader.
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a concise introduction to the field of international commercial arbitration. A bird's eye view; very good read for those interested in the practice of international arbitration.
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HASH(0x921f5378) von 5 Sternen Global financial stability.... 1. November 2013
Von Phillip Taylor MBE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
IS IT A DREAM? READ THE EXPERT OPINIONS DELIVERED BY THE TEAM OF LEARNED CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS IMPORTANT BOOK

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

`The primary objectives in containing a financial crisis are first, simply to stop it and second, to minimize adverse impacts on the real economy.' When it comes to financial crisis -- including the GFC global financial crisis - this statement quoted by the authors in the preface to this book, more or less says it all. Certainly it is a succinct expression of what this recent book from Edward Elgar Publishing is all about.

Based on their detailed and extensive research on financial crises, the authors, in their words, set about to `examine the response to the crisis, with particular reference to the extensive use that has been made of the government guarantees in private financial markets and the impact that those guarantees have had on sovereign debt.'

Certainly, the three authors are amply well qualified to accomplish this task and to lend considerable authority to it. John Raymond LaBrosse, for example, like his co-authors who hold equally dazzling CVs, offers a broad range of expertise based both on economics and law. With directorships in numerous Canadian financial institutions, he led the reform for two major revisions of the Canadian Bank Act and several other pieces of financial legislation - we count seven - including the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Act - and has advised numerous other countries worldwide, including the UK, on the design of deposit insurance systems.

This is all rather interesting in view of the ways and means by which Canada, more successfully than any other nation, managed to weather the storms generated by the global financial crisis - and certainly lends further authority to the commentary in the book.

The book itself includes papers presented at the Banking Law Symposium organized by its three authors in October 2011 and hosted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). This, together with the research findings and policy advice from its thirty learned contributors, make it an authoritative collective statement centering on how to cope with the current global financial crisis, with a view, hopefully, to avoiding more such crises in the future.

Lawyers, economists and absolutely everyone interested in, or involved in, or affected by the crises that frequently afflict the global financial services industry should rush out right now and purchase this book. The publication date is 2013.
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