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Conciliation in International Law

The OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration

Author: Christian Tomuschat,Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi,Daniel Thürer

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004312110

Category: Law

Page: 260

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This volume collects the materials underlying the International Colloquium “Conciliation in the Globalized World of Today“, held on 11 and 12 June 2015 in Vienna under the auspices of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCE. The aim of the Colloquium was to examine the merits and possible shortcomings of this method of conflict resolution, and it concluded that the pros heavily outweigh the cons.

International Law and Boundary Disputes in Africa

Author: Gbenga Oduntan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135039550

Category: Law

Page: 410

View: 5005

Africa has experienced a number of territorial disputes over land and maritime boundaries, due in part to its colonial and post-colonial history. This book explores the legal, political, and historical nature of disputes over territory in the African continent, and critiques the content and application of contemporary International law to the resolution of African territorial and border disputes. Drawing on central concepts of public international law such as sovereignty and jurisdiction, and socio-political concepts such as colonialism, ethnicity, nationality and self-determination, this book interrogates the intimate connection that peoples and nations have to territory and the severe disputes these may lead to. Gbenga Oduntan identifies the major principles of law at play in relation to territorial, and boundary disputes, and argues that the predominant use of foreign based adjudicatory mechanisms in attempting to deal with African boundary disputes alienates those institutions and mechanisms from African people and can contribute to the recurrence of conflicts and disputes in and among African territories. He suggests that the understanding and application of multidisciplinary dispute resolution mechanisms and strategies can allow for a more holistic and effective treatment of boundary disputes. As an in depth study into the legal, socio-political and anthropological mechanisms involved in the understanding of territorial boundaries, and a unique synthesis of an African jurisprudence of international boundaries law, this book will be of great use and interest to students, researchers, and practitioners in African and Public International Law, International Relations, and decision-makers in need of better understanding the settlement of disputes over territorial boundaries in both Africa and the wider world.

International Commercial Arbitration and Conciliation in UNCITRAL Model Law Jurisdictions

Author: Peter Binder

Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell

ISBN: 9780421861206

Category: Arbitration agreements, Commercial

Page: 550

View: 3189

The first book of its type, this new edition gives you complete coverage of UNCITRAL's Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and now additionally the new UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation, giving you all the information that you will need when contemplating arbitration in one of the Model Law Countries and enabling you to ascertain what you can expect in each jurisdiction. policies behind UNCITRAL's Model Laws. This highly specialised and detailed work draws attention to and evaluates the different views on the provisions and their practical implications. (including the world's top ADR locations), Dr Binder gives you a complete picture of global practice. This is a feature unique to this book, and is of essential value to practitioners and enacting governments alike.

International Law in a Divided World

Author: Oliver James Lissitzyn

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: International law

Page: 69

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International Law

Author: Malcolm N. Shaw

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107188474

Category: Law

Page: 1050

View: 5914

The definitive and authoritative international law text, updated to reflect key case law, international practice and treaty developments.

UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation with Guide to Enactment and Use, 2002

Author: United Nations Commission on International Trade Law

Publisher: United Nations Publications

ISBN: 9789211337303

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 58

View: 6558

This publication sets out the resolution adopted by the UN's General Assembly on Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation for the year 2002, and which was originally defined in the Official Records of the General Assembly, 57th session, supplement 17 (A/57/17) (ISBN 0119891646). The law is aimed at resolving trade disputes between countries, and also aims to enhance conciliation and dispute law in individual countries, by seeking uniformity in the law, and also avoiding lengthy litigation procedures.

International Dispute Settlement

Author: J. G. Merrills

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1316738248

Category: Law

Page: N.A

View: 1998

The latest edition of this successful textbook on the techniques and institutions used to solve international disputes, how they work and when they are used, looks at diplomatic (negotiation, mediation, inquiry and conciliation) and legal methods (arbitration, judicial settlement). It uses many, often topical, examples of each method in practice to place the theory of how things should work in the context of real-life situations, helping the reader to understand the strengths and weaknesses of different methods when they are used. Fully updated throughout, the sixth edition includes all the latest case law, as well as new sections on investment arbitration and regional trade disputes. It is an essential resource for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate courses on international dispute settlement.

The Function of Law in the International Community

Author: Hersch Lauterpacht

Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

ISBN: 1584770902

Category: Law

Page: 469

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Lauterpacht, H[ersch]. The Function of Law in the International Community. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1933. xxvi, 470 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 00-022124. ISBN 1-58477-090-2. Cloth. $90. * Lauterpacht disputes the widely held viewpoint in the international community that international law has inherent limitations and is incapable of unification, and presents his treatise in a well-researched technical format. "While on the surface Dr. Lauterpacht's study is an analysis of the judicial process, it embraces practically the whole philosophy of international law. However, it is less the scope than the manner of handling the subject which makes this book one of the most outstanding contributions to the science of international law." Francis Deak, Columbia Law Review 34:797. Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection at New York University 637.

The Rule of Law in International Affairs

International Law at the Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations

Author: Ian Brownlie

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9789041110688

Category: Law

Page: 242

View: 373

This volume consists of a carefully edited version of the General Course on Public International Law delivered at the Hague Academy of International Law to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the United Nations. The author brings to them not only his background of academic distinction, but his experience as a practitioner concerned with major international legal issues. The rule of law in international affairs is a question of perennial concern but it is of greater moment these days for a number of reasons. The active agenda of the Security Council and its relative solidarity creates a paradox. Its increased political power is a source of hope but the modalities of the exercise of power present problems of principle and of legal concern. Another area of concern is the International Court, which has had a successful record since the early eighties and provides one of the guarantees of the maintenance of legality. Recent successes of the Court include the effective resolution of the territorial dispute between Chad and Libya. The general level of compliance with its decisions by States is impressive. Yet its success is matched not by encouragement and enhancement of its facilities but by United Nations financial constraints which hinder its work and, ultimately, may threaten its independence in relation to the political organs of the United Nations.

International Economic Organizations in the International Legal Process

Author: Sergei a Voitovich

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9780792327660

Category: Political Science

Page: 199

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Voitovich presents a clear and lucid discussion of the manner and form in which international economic organizations (IEOs) participate in two main stages of the international legal process: law making and law implementation. The book is based on normative instruments and fragments of practice of about fifty IEOs. In order to ensure a proper and timely realization of their normative acts, IEOs exercise a number of law implementing functions which are subject to a thorough comparative examination. The author concludes that existing IEOs, not being ideal institutional models, possess a sufficient arsenal of law implementing instruments to make a considerable impact on the international legal regulations in the economic field. The book will be of interest to academics and economic political scientists.

International Commercial Arbitration

Important Contemporary Questions

Author: A. J. van den Berg

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041122192

Category: Law

Page: 518

View: 9636

The collected papers in ICCA Congress Series no. 11, as reflected in its title, address important contemporary questions in international commercial arbitration. Included are contributions written by participants in the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration and Conciliation on its current work on the requirement of a written form for an arbitration agreement, interim measures of protection and UNCITRAL?s Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation. Further contributions give leading practitioners? views on illegality in the formation and performance of contracts or in the conduct of the arbitration, examining questions on how the arbitral tribunal should deal with these vexed issues and how forgery and fraud may be detected. The factors that lead to acceptance by parties of the decisions of arbitrators are dealt with in contributions on the psychological aspects of dispute resolution. The volume concludes with a series of articles on arbitration under investment treaties written by experienced arbitrators and practitioners, with special emphasis on ICSID and NAFTA and the emerging issues of transparency, accountability and review. Contains lengthy articles on the ongoing work of UNCITRAL on proposed amendments to the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the recently adopted Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation Details the current thinking on the requirement of an arbitration agreement in writing and how this can be accommodated by the UNCITRAL Model Law and the 1958 New York Convention Addresses the granting of interim measures by arbitral tribunals and their enforcement by national and foreign courts Analyzes issues raised by illegality in the formation and performance of contracts and in the conduct arbitrations and provides a systematic overview of the answers given by legislation, arbitrators and courts Provides insight into the attitudes of arbitrators and parties regarding dispute settlement processes Addresses the changing public perception of arbitration under investment treaties

Prevention and settlement of disputes in India

Author: Indian Industrial Relations Association,International Labour Organisation

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 204

View: 972

International Conciliation

Author: Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet Estournelles de Constant (baron d'),Sir Winston Churchill,American Association for International Conciliation

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Arbitration (International law)

Page: 13

View: 7879

Arbitration and conciliation in the Pacific Rim

Author: American Bar Association. Meeting,American Bar Association. Section of Dispute Resolution

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Law

Page: 60

View: 3627

The Settlement of Disputes in International Law

Institutions and Procedures

Author: John G. Collier,Vaughan Lowe

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780198299271

Category: Law

Page: 395

View: 8218

This book surveys the range of procedures for the settlement of international disputes, whether the disputes arise between States or between States and corporations or individuals. It examines non-judicial procedures such as negotiation, mediation, fact-finding, as well as judicial procedures. The emerging principles of procedural law applied in these tribunals are also discussed.

Confidentiality in the Model Law and the European Mediation Directive

Author: Eva-Maria Henke

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 3640947711

Category:

Page: 80

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Master's Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject Law - Civil Action / Lawsuit Law, grade: 1,5, Stellenbosch Universitiy (Departement of Mercantile Law), course: LL.M. International Trade Law, language: English, abstract: Since international trade and commerce as well as cross-border transactions have grown rapidly the need for effective dispute resolution systems has significantly increased. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) like Mediation and Conciliation serve as an alternative procedures to litigation and can be characterised as dispute resolution based on the consent of the parties. Besides being more cost-effective procedures than litigation Mediation and conciliation offer the opportunity of a settlement truly agreed upon by the parties. To secure a situation where both parties are able and willing to speak frankly over the issues in dispute, confidentiality is a key feature of mediation. This research paper evaluates how confidentiality in mediation is dealt with in different legal systems and whether improvements may be provided by implementation of the Directive on certain aspects of Mediation in Civil and Commercial Matters (hereafter "the Directive") and the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation (2002) (hereafter "the Model Law"). After an explanation of the relevant definitions of mediation and confidentiality, confidentiality rules established in typical Common - Law and Civil - Law systems are examined. Exploring the legal basis of confidentiality rules and their exceptions, special reference is made to existing gaps in the rules which cause problems in practice. Afterwards the aims, scope of application and the confidentiality provisions of the Directive as well as existing gaps and challenging matters concerning the Directive and its implementation into national law will be focused upon. Subsequently the Model Law will be considered concerning the same issues as the discussion on the Directive. A final comparison of t

Commercial Dispute Processing and Japan

Author: Yasunobu Sato

Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.

ISBN: 9041116680

Category: Law

Page: 435

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Under globalization, the resolution of commercial disputes across national borders is assuming ever greater importance. This groundbreaking study explores a range of possible approaches, both within the established legal infrastructure, and through alternative, not only arbitration, but also non-confrontational means such as negotiation and mediation/conciliation. The Japanese experience in dispute processing is taken as a means of exploring the ways in which international harmonization efforts such as the UNCITRAL Model Law impact on individual nations. As an Asian nation which has adopted and adapted a variety of Western practices under modernization and democratization, Japan is in a unique position to offer a balanced global example--a model for a more comprehensive approach to disputes as an integrated multi-layered system. The book will be of interest to the scholar and practitioner of trans-national/cultural commercial dispute processing as well as those who are involved in the law reform technical cooperation.

Akehurst's Modern Introduction to International Law

Author: Peter Malanczuk

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134833873

Category: Political Science

Page: 472

View: 7656

First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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