Papers presented at a conference hosted by NYU's Center for Transnational Litigation, Arbitration and Commercial Law that took place in September 2015.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Limits to party autonomy and institutional rules / Andrea Carlevaris Party autonomy, the "right" to appoint, and the rise of strategic challenges / Brian King Limits to party autonomy in the composition of the arbitral panel / George A. Bermann Inarbitrability: a ghost hovering over Europe? / Francesca Ragno Party autonomy in relation to competence-competence / Stefan Kröll Arbitrator's procedural powers: the last frontier of party autonomy? / Diego P. Fernández Arroyo Private preference, public process: U.S. discovery in aid of foreign and international arbitration / Kevin E. Davis, Helen Hershkoff, and Nathan Yaffe The arbitral tribunal's power in respect of the parties' pleadings as a limit to party autonomy, on jura novit curia and related issues / Giuditta Cordero-Moss Party autonomy and the rules governing the merits of the dispute in commercial arbitration / Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo Limits to party autonomy, good faith, fair dealing and international commercial arbitration / Filip De Ly Party autonomy and public policy awards by consent / Domenico Di Pietro Limits to party autonomy imposed by European mandatory law / Inka Hanefeld Limits to party autonomy to protect weaker parties in international arbitration / Friedrich Rosenfeld Limits to party autonomy at the post-award stage / Maxi Scherer and Linda Silberman.
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