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Roth/​Geistlinger (Hrsg)

Yearbook on International Arbitration and ADR Volume V

  • 1. Auflage
  • 433 Seiten, broschiert
  • ISBN 978-3-7083-1149-4 (Print)
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 21. April 2017

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This yearbook series takes up recent trends in international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution and leads them in scholarly debate. Volume V is dedicated to Professor Emeritus Martin HUNTER on the occasion of his 80th birthday and presents cutting-edge contributions by 30 scholars and practitioners from around the world. Besides up-do-date issues of general interest, such as: case management, confidentiality and impartiality, procedural justice, class action, and recognition and enforcement, Volume V includes profound analyses of specific topics in construction, banking and finance, investment, and sports arbitration. Moreover, valuable insights into transnational aspects of mediation and selected national mediation acts and practices are provided, complemented by a first assessment of online dispute resolution within the European Union.

Marianne Roth / Michael Geistlinger

Alan M. Anderson, PhD, FCIArb
Has over thirty years' experience, specializing in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation and arbitration. He has a particular expertise in damages-related issues. He has acted as counsel and as an arbitrator in proceedings under the auspices of organizations such as the AAA, ICC, LCIA, and SCC. He received his MBA and JD degrees from Cornell University, an LL.M. in international dispute resolution from the University of London, and his PhD from King's College London. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration, where he recently was appointed to the Centre's Council.

Federico Antich
Is a law graduate of the University of Firenze. He refined his studies in the US (UC Davis, UC Berkeley, Harvard Law School) and the UK (King's College) and holds an LL.M. in US and Global Business Law from Suffolk University Law School. He is an attorney at law practicing in Italy admitted before the Supreme Court. As a professional mediator, registered with domestic and foreign mediation bodies, since 1999 he mediated more than 5,000 cases. Mr. Antich is an ADR trainer, has lectured in several universities and is the author of many scholarly papers on civil, commercial, environmental law, mediation and dispute resolution issues. He is the President of the Italian Chapter of the Mediation Centre of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and a member of IBLC, CILS, IBA (Senior Vice Chair, Mediation Committee), CEDR (SOLVE), ClArb and a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators (IAM).

Elizabeth Birch
She has been in full time practice as arbitrator and mediator since 2003, handling a wide variety of international cases (practiced at the English Commercial Bar 1980 to 2003), specialising in maritime law, international trade and transportation, insurance & reinsurance, oil & gas, energy, international finance and banking, joint ventures, distributorship and franchise, conflict of laws and jurisdiction disputes, information technology and telecommunications and all types of commercial and international disputes. FCIArb (1993); chartered arbitrator (1998); Q.D.R. (qualified mediator, 1995); diploma in international commercial arbitration (distinction) - Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (1998); advanced mediator training (MATA, 2005); IMI/SIMI certified; certified by IMI/MATA for intercultural competency (2012); distinguished fellow of the International Academy of Mediators (California).

Dr. Jennifer Bryant
Is an associate partner with Noerr LLP in the Düsseldorf office. Her practice focuses on national and international litigation and arbitration. She advises and represents clients mainly in complex civil, commercial and corporate disputes before state courts and arbitral tribunals. Furthermore, she advises her clients with respect to international, especially US litigations, in particular regarding discovery proceedings in the US. In addition, Dr. Bryant acts as arbitrator both in domestic and international arbitrations. She co-chairs the Young Initiative of the German Institutions of Arbitration. (DIS40). Besides publishing and speaking in the fields of international arbitration and corporate litigation, she lectures on international arbitration at the University of Bielefeld.

Mag. Simon Burger
Is a graduate from the University of Salzburg, Austria, where he completed a law degree (Mag.iur.) with a supplement in global studies. In addition to his studies in Salzburg and La Rochelle (France), he worked as a student research assist