International Commercial Arbitration in New York

International Commercial Arbitration in New York

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New York is a leading venue for international commercial arbitration, home to the headquarters for the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the international branch of the American Arbitration Association, and many leaders in the international arbitration field. New York also serves as the locus of several prominent arbitration firms' central offices. International Commercial Arbitration in New York focuses on the distinctive aspects of international arbitration in New York. Serving as an essential strategic guide, this book allows practitioners to represent clients more effectively in cases where New York is implicated as either the place of arbitration or evidence or assets are located in New York. This collaborative work boasts contributors of pre-eminent stature in the arbitration field. Each chapter elucidates a vital topic, including the existing New York legal landscape, drafting considerations for clauses designating New York as the place of arbitration, and material and advice on selecting arbitrators. The book also covers a series of topics at the intersection of arbitral process and the New York courts, including jurisdiction, enforcing arbitration agreements, and obtaining preliminary relief and discovery. Class action arbitration, challenging and enforcing arbitral awards, and biographical materials on New York-based international arbitrators is also included, making this a comprehensive, valuable resource for more

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  • Hardback | 724 pages
  • 182.88 x 251.46 x 40.64mm | 1,383.45g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0195375629
  • 9780195375626

About James H. Carter

James H. Carter is Coordinator of International Arbitration Practice at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and a former chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association, a former member of the LCIA Court of International Arbitration, a member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport and the author of many articles and several book chapters. He has been counsel or arbitrator in more than 100 international arbitrations. John Fellas is a partner at Hughes, Hubbard & Reed LLP and the author ofshow more

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Our notions of federal pre-emption of state law, for example, are not always easy to understand...the book discusses this issue throughout which should prove useful to any non-US practitioner handling a case in New York David Lindsey, Chaffetz Lindsey LLP Global Arbitration Review James H Carter and John Fellas have put together an excellent resource for practitioners anywhere in the world who are or may become involved in an international commercial arbitration seated in New York City Global Arbitration Review, Henry G Burnett, Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP This is a wonderful and important book, composed of 13 comprehensive, descriptive and detailed chapters...Because of its extraordinarily comprehensive nature, this book is a must for all those seriously engaged in the practice or study of international arbitration in New York and in the United States, whether as arbitrators, advocates, scholars or students. Arthur W. Rovine, Arbitration International Journalshow more

Table of contents

The Impact of US Litigation (Oliver J. Armas & Hon. George Bundy Smith Partners, Chadbourne & Parke LLP?) ; An Overview Of The Law Applicable To Arbitrations Sited In New York (David M. Lindsey) ; Drafting Considerations for Clauses Designating New York as the Place of Arbitration (Paul D. Friedland) ; The Application of New York Law To Contracts (David W. Rivkin) ; The Selection of Arbitrators (James H. Carter) ; Jurisdiction: Courts vs. Arbitrators (Professor George Bermann) ; The Enforcement of Agreements To Arbitrate (John Fellas) ; Obtaining Preliminary Relief (Robert H. Smit and Tyler B. Robinson) ; Discovery (John L. Gardiner, Lea Haber Kuck, Julie Bedard) ; Damages in International Arbitration (Claudia T. Salomon and Peter D. Sharp) ; Class Action Arbitration (William H. Baker) ; Challenging and Enforcing International Arbitration Awards in New York Courts (John V.H. Pierce and David N. Cinotti) ; Enforcing Awards Involving Foreign Sovereigns (Brian King, Alexander Yanos, Jessica Bannon Vanto and Phillip Riblett)show more