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The Impact of Covid on International Disputes

Edited by: Shaheeza Lalani, Steven Shapiro

ISBN13: 9789004514829
Published: November 2022
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: Netherlands
Format: Hardback
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The Impact of COVID on International Disputes includes contributions from global arbitration experts, including legal practitioners and academics, takes a fresh look at issues addressed in international arbitration during the COVID-19 pandemic, gathering best practices, additional perspective and predictions based on current practices that will help -parties, counsel and arbitrators through proceedings.

Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Preface
Acknowledgments
List of Figures and Tables
Notes on Contributors
Introduction
Mikkel Guds o e
1. The Rise and Impact of the "Zoom Negotiation" Cross-Cultural Variations in Virtual Negotiations and Lessons from the covid -19 Pandemics
Edoardo Agamennone
2. The Impact of the covid-19 Pandemic on International Arbitration Practices Greener Arbitrations with Reduced Due Process Paranoia?
Pratyush Panjwani
3. "Virtual" Dispute Resolution in International Arbitration Mapping Its Advantages and Main Caveats in the Face of covid -19
Belen Olmos Giupponi
4. The Impact of covid-19 on International Arbitration Procedure
Kristen M. Young , Jennifer A. Ivers , and Katherine Schroeder
5. Salient Considerations for Remote International Arbitration Hearings
Karthik Nagarajan and James J. East Jr .
6. Hearings in International Arbitration What Has the Pandemic Taught Us about Virtual Hearings and What They Can Offer in the Future?
Ben Sanderson , Maria Scott and Sean Croft
7. The Question of Remote Hearings in International Commercial Arbitration
Bahar Hatami Alamdari
8. The Practice of Virtual Hearings during covid-19 in Investment Arbitration Proceedings
Bjorn Arp and Edwin Nemesio
9. Ordering Online Arbitration in the Age of covid-19 ... and Beyond
Amy J. Schmitz
10. Technology as a Vehicle to Enhance Arbitration
Aichell Alvarado
11. The New Landscape of Arbitration in View of Digitalization
Magdalena La giewska
12. covid-19's Inhospitable? Effects on the Arbitral Community
Helena Tavares Erickson
13. The Impact of covid-19 on Arbitration
Luis M. Martinez and Michael A. Marra
14. Impact of covid-19 on Arbitration Centers
Elizabeth Roberts
15. Rethinking Costs in International Arbitration A Gift from the covid -19 Pandemic
Bamikole Martins Aduloju
Index