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Czech (& Central European) yearbook of arbitration ; v. 1 (2011). 2157-9490
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The Past and Possible Futures of European Union Judicature / Matej Accetto Regulatory Framework and Characteristics of Arbitration Judicature in Poland / Bogusław Banaszak & Łukasz Żukowski Arbitration from Perspective of Right to Legal Protection and Right to Court Proceedings (the Right to Have One's Case Dealt with by a Court): Significance of Autonomy and Scope of Right to Fair Trial / Alexander J. Bělohlávek Arbitral Interim Measures and the Right to Be Heard / Matija Damjan The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and Public Policy in International Arbitration Law / Rainer Arnold & Elisabeth Meindl Conflicts of Interest in Arbitration: The News from the Russian Federation / Leonila Guglya Constitutional Grounds for Arbitration and Arbitrability of Disputes in Russia and Other CIS Countries / Vladimir Khvalei Constitutional Environment and the Phenomenon of Arbitration / Karel Klíma Reflections on Arbitration Proceedings: A Chance for Dispute Resolution Missed Forever? / Jozef Suchoža and Regina Palková At the Edge of Justice: Arbitration in Unequal Relationships The Constitutional Limits of Arbitration / Jana Koláčková and Pavel Simon Acceptance of Human Rights and Constitutional Values in Reviews of Arbitral Awards by the Courts of the Slovak Republic / Miroslav Slašťan ICSID Annulment Proceedings Based on Serious Departure from a Fundamental Rule of Procedure (Article 52(1)(d) of the ICSID Convention) / Matthias Scherer The Three Pursuits of Dispute Settlement / Thomas Schultz.
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Print version: Czech (& Central European) yearbook of arbitration. Volume 1, The relationship between constitutional values, human rights and arbitration. Huntington, N.Y. : Juris, 2011