Young Arbitration Review (YAR) launched


The first edition features:

CONSTANCY AND CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (Steven P. Finizio)
A NEW ARBITRATION STATUTE FOR PORTUGAL? (Pedro Sousa Uva)
INTERIM MEASURES (Gonçalo Malheiro)
WINDS OF CHANGE IN SPANISH ARBITRATION ACT (Alfonso Maristany)
THE ROLE OF ARBITRATION IN COMPANY LAW DISPUTES - THE ITALIAN PERSPECTIVE (Pietro Ferrario)
REVISION OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL AWARDS IN SWITZERLAND (Sabine Nyvlt)
FLORIDA ADOPTS UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION TO FURTHER BOLSTER MIAMI’S ABILITY TO (Adam Gutin & Brittney C. Keck)

 

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