Even though it has often been said that there is not much room for a conflict of laws analysis in international arbitration, quite the contrary seems to be the case. A conflict of laws analysis is required to identify the law applicable to the most disparate issues, and this at all stages of an international arbitration, from the pre-award stage to the post-award stage. Stemming from a work entitled "Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration" edited by Franco Ferrari, this new title incorporates updated versions of some of the chapters contained in that book, while also including many new papers focusing on the conflict of laws subject. All of the chapters have one very important thing in common: they all show that at every stage of an international arbitration, conflict of laws issues may arise and will have to be dealt with.--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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