"Judicial Review of Arbitration' covers issues that arise at all stages of the enforcement application process focusing mainly on various challenges and defenses regarding the enforcement of foreign and domestic arbitral awards. This book discusses concepts and cases in commercial arbitration and judicial review. International commercial arbitration relies on the possibility of enforcing arbitral decisions against recalcitrant parties. In China, a crucial world market, where the annual arbitration caseload has reached 200,000 and where arbitration is evolving, authorities attach great importance to judicial review of arbitration. This is the first book to address issues concerning the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards under applicable law in "Greater China" - the People's Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao - describing and analyzing the effect of judicial review on a wealth of recent issues and cases."-- Wolters Kluwer CCH Website.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Ch.1. Introduction to arbitration and Chinese arbitration ch.2. An overview of judicial review of arbitration in China ch.3. Arbitration agreement : general issues ch.4. Arbitration agreement : challenge and judicial review ch.5. Parties to arbitration ch.6. Arbitrator and tribunal ch.7. Arbitral procedures ch.8. Arbitrability and arbitral scope ch.9. Public policy ch.10. Interregional recognition and enforcement of Chinese arbitral awards.
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eBook on Wolters Kluwer CCH page (viewed March 2019)