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14 New York Convention

14 New York Convention Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Article-by-Article Commentary 2 nd Edition Edited by Reinmar Wolff Hardback Approx. 750 pp, 2019 Approx. € 230.00 ISBN 978-3-406-71445-0 Dr Reinmar Wolff is an assistant professor at the University of Marburg and a practicing lawyer as well as an experienced arbitrator. The authors are specialists in arbitration and related matters: Prof Dr Christian Borris LL.M., Cologne; Dr Bernd Ehle, LL.M., Geneva; Todd J. Fox, LL.M., Stuttgart; Rudolf Hennecke, Cologne; Dr Angela Kölbl, Erlangen; Dr Christoph Liebscher, Vienna; Dr David Quinke, LL.M., Düsseldorf; Prof Dr Maxi Scherer, London; Dr Stephan Wilske, LL.M., Stuttgart; Dr Reinmar Wolff, Marburg. The New York Convention has celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2018. It has become the most successful (and most important) treaty in the field of international trade law and one of the cornerstones of international arbitration. The specific challenge that comes with the Convention’s global importance is ensuring that it is uniformly interpreted and applied in its roughly 160 Contracting States, especially since no single court has the power to authoritatively determine the proper understanding of the Convention. This commentary makes accessible the wealth of global case law and scholarly writing and provides a comprehensive in-depth discussion of the Convention’s sixteen articles. It contributes to the Convention’s uniform interpretation by outlining the contemporary global discourse surrounding each element of the Convention and providing the expert opinions of the authors. Its first edition has not only become a respected point of reference for legal professionals and academics, but has also been drawn upon by courts around the world. Praises for the 1st edition: ‘It is masterfully done. … In my own future work as a professor, it is unlikely that I will ever teach or write anything about the Convention without first reviewing the relevant sections of the Commentary.’ Margaret L. Moses, Loyola University, 109 Am. J. Int‘l L. 242 (2015) ‘With this new commentary, … both practitioners and academics alike are now provided with an up-to-date, comprehensive and reliable analysis of the legal issues involved in recognizing and enforcing arbitral awards under the New York Convention…’ Dennis Solomon, in: European Yearbook of Int. Economic Law 2014, 455

15 Institutional Arbitration Article-by-Article Commentary 2 nd Edition Edited by Rolf A. Schütze Hardback Approx. 1,800 pp, 2019 Approx. € 350.00 ISBN 978-3-406-71444-3 Dr Rolf A. Schütze is an attorney-at-law in the Stuttgart-based law firm Thümmel Schütze & Partner, a professor of law at the University of Tübingen, as well as an experienced international arbitrator. The authors are practicing lawyers and inter national experts in arbitration from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. This book provides a comprehensive article-by-article commentary of the rules of arbitration of 16 important arbitration institutions: AAA (American Arbitration Association) ■ CIETAC (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Centre) ■ DIAC (Dubai International Arbitration Centre) ■ DIS (German Institution of Arbitration) ■ HKIAC (Hong Kong International Arbitration Center) ■ ICC (International Court of Arbitration) ■ ICSID (International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes) ■ KLRCA (Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration) ■ LCIA (The London Court of International Arbitration) ■ MKAS (Moscow International Commercial Arbitration Court) ■ PCA (Permanent Court of Arbitration) ■ SCC (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce Arbitration) ■ SIAC (Singapore International Arbitration Centre) ■ Swiss Rules ■ Uncitral Rules ■ Vienna Rules Praise for the 1st edition: ‘… It would be worthwhile to make room for it on your bookshelf, whether you are an academic, practitioner or worker in connection with institutional arbitration. Ultimately, it will provide parties and their counsels with a strong basis on which to base their choice of institution.’ Olivia Staines in: Association for International Arbitration Newsletter, ‘In Touch’ ‘… Schütze’s commentary will set new standards within the international discussion on international arbitration…’ Arian Nazari-Khanachayi in: