Houd me op de hoogte en schrij hier in op onze nieuwsbrief !  Januari JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMei - JuniAugustus (speciale zomereditie)SeptemberOktober - November JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMei-JuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMei - JuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovemberDecember JanuariFebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovemberDecember FebruariMaartAprilMeiJuniSeptemberOktoberNovemberDecember        Leden van CEPANI genieten een korting van 10%. Annulment and enforcement of arbitral awards from a comparative law perspective Will Cooper, Dirk De Meulemeester, Remy Gerbay, Detlev Kühner, Catherine Anne Kunz, Simon Manner, Gerard Meijer, Caroline Verbruggen, Editors: Sophie Goldman, Sigrid Van Rompaey This book on “enforcement and annulment of arbitral awards from a comparative law perspective” provides a practical reference guide for international arbitration practitioners confronted with such proceedings in Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, England and The Netherlands. Five arbitration experts, including representatives of private practice, the judicial system and academia, have accepted to share their insight on how their legal systems deal with the challenges that may arise in enforcement and annulment proceedings. These reports provide both a practical and a critical analysis of the state of affairs in each of the selected jurisdictions. For comparative purposes, every report follows a similar structure, covering the relevant issues in enforcement and annulment proceedings: I) A general overview of the enforcement and annulment proceedings; II) The interaction between annulment and enforcement of awards; III) The concept of “public policy” in enforcement and annulment proceedings; and IV) The grounds relating to the power of the arbitral tribunal. A world renowned arbitrator has provided for the concluding remarks to the impressive  exchange of ideas presented by the authors on the various chapters, while, at the same time, presenting to the reader the main features of the arbitration framework in his own jurisdiction with regard to the issues listed above. By putting together the legal background of the countries listed above, with a particular focus on these specifi c bottleneck issues inherent to enforcement and annulment proceedings in arbitration, this book is a must have tool for every arbitration practitioner with a practice that stretches beyond its national borders. You can order this book here Arbitral Secretaries Willem van Baren, Dirk De Meulemeester, Constantine Partasides, Jan Schaefer, Françoise Lefèvre, Martijn Scheltema, Sophia Von Dewall, Maarten Draye, Emily Hay, Paul di Pietro, Jean-Pierre Fierens, Filip De Ly Editors: Filip De Ly, Luc Demeyere For a long time, arbitrators have been using secretaries in the performance of their duties. More recently, trained lawyers have been engaged in assisting arbitrators to discharge these duties. This book analyses this development from the perspective of transparency and discusses the pros and cons of a business model in which arbitral secretaries are used. It also provides a legal analysis under Belgian and Dutch law of the various relationships that emerge as a result of the use of arbitral secretaries i.e. the relationships between the arbitral secretary and the arbitrators, between the arbitral secretary and the parties to an arbitration and between the arbitral secretary and arbitral institutions. In addition, the book describes the rules of various arbitral institutions and scans case law regarding the use of arbitral secretaries from different perspectives: their appointment and remuneration, their independence and impartiality and above all the scope of their activities in relation to the core decision making functions of arbitral tribunals. The book concludes with the perspectives of arbitral institutions and of arbitrators regarding the use of arbitral secretaries including the approach taken by CEPANI, [...]

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