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Author Cuniberti, Gilles.

Title Rethinking international commercial arbitration [electronic resource] : towards default arbitration / Gilles Cuniberti.

Published Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, ©2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource (256 p.) ; cm.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Contents: Part I Why promote arbitration -- 1. The most suitable mode of dispute resolution -- Part II The decline of consent in modern arbitration -- 2. Foreign investment arbitration -- 3. Domain name arbitration -- 4. The French experience -- Part III Policy analysis -- 5. The legitimacy of private international adjudication -- 6. The public functions of courts -- Part IV Constitutional constraints -- 7. European law -- 8. The constitution of the United States -- Part V Models of default arbitration -- 9. The proposed model -- 10. Variant 1 : arbitration as forum conveniens -- 11. Variant 2 : ending the commercial judicial subsidy -- Part VI Implementation -- 12. Indirect paths -- 13. Direct paths -- Index.
Summary This innovative book proposes a fundamental rethink of the consensual foundation of arbitration and argues that it should become the default mode of resolution in international commercial disputes. The book first discusses the most important arguments against this proposal and responds to them. In particular, it addresses the issue of the legitimacy of arbitrators and the compatibility of the idea with guarantees afforded by European human rights law and US constitutional law. The book then presents several models of non-consensual arbitration that could be implemented to afford neutral adjudication in disputes between parties originating from different jurisdictions, to offer an additional alternative forum in the doctrine of forum non conveniens or to save judicial costs. The first dedicated exploration into the groundbreaking concept of default arbitration, Rethinking International Commercial Arbitration will appeal to scholars, students and practitioners in arbitration and international litigation.
Other author Edward Elgar Publishing.
Subject International commercial arbitration -- Europe.
International commercial arbitration -- United States.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781786432407 (e-book)