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Vol 24 No 9 Sept/Oct 2019

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Navigating Maritime Arbitration: The Experts Speak

Edited by: John D. Kimball, David W. Martowski

ISBN13: 9781944825300
Published: June 2019
Publisher: Juris Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £130.00



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This book brings together a collection of essays concerning virtually all aspects of maritime arbitration which will be of assistance to those who are engaged in the process. It will be helpful to parties who participate in the process, as well as their counsel and other advisers and by the courts.

A wide range of experienced arbitrators and attorneys who are recognized as being among the leading experts in maritime arbitration contributed to this publication. The focus of this book is maritime arbitration in the United States, with a strong tilt towards New York since that is where by far the greatest number of arbitrations are heard and decided.

New York maritime arbitration has a worldwide reputation of being fair and supported by laws and courts which fully encourage arbitration and other alternative forms of dispute resolution.

Subjects:
Shipping, Transport and Maritime Law, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Foreword
Biographies
CHAPTER 1 - The Society of Maritime Arbitrators of New York and Proceeding Under Its Rules
David W. Martowski
CHAPTER 2 - Compelling Arbitration
Marisa A. Marinelli and K. Blythe Daly
CHAPTER 3 - Parties
Edward A. Keane
CHAPTER 4 - Arbitrators’ Dilemma: Stick Your Head in The Sand?
John D. Kimball
CHAPTER 5 - Conducting Arbitration Proceedings
Leo G. Kailas
CHAPTER 6 - Discovery in U.S. Maritime Arbitration: Fairness, Balance, and Proportion
Lizabeth L. Burrell
CHAPTER 7 - Arbitral Subpoenas
Anthony J. Pruzinsky
CHAPTER 8 - Pre-Award Security and Other Interim Remedies in New York Maritime Arbitrations
Peter Skoufalos and David W. Martowski
CHAPTER 9 - Consolidation
Keith W. Heard
CHAPTER 10 - Attorneys’ Fees
LeRoy Lambert and David W. Martowski
CHAPTER 11 - Enforcing and Challenging Arbitral Awards
Thomas H. Belknap, Jr.
CHAPTER 12 - The Respective Cases for and Against Applying a Comparative Fault Analysis to the Safe Port/Safe Berth Warranty
Armand M. Paré, Jr. and Don P. Murnane, Jr.
CHAPTER 13 - Force Majeure
Patrick F. Lennon
CHAPTER 14 - Tanker and Terminal Vetting
James M. Textor
CHAPTER 15 - Drafting Arbitration Clauses for Shipbuilding Contracts
John J. Reilly and Alice D. Colarossi
CHAPTER 16 - Commodities Arbitration Under SMA Rules
Louis Epstein
CHAPTER 17 - Using Maritime Arbitration to Resolve Natural Resource Damage Claims – Time for a Change?
Charles B. Anderson