Arbitration Quarterly — Issue 3, September 2013
The major theme running through the articles in this edition is the progressive development of international arbitral law and practice. In line with this theme, this edition includes articles on a number of significant judicial decisions, including rulings from the Supreme Court of the US on class action arbitration waivers, the Supreme Court of the UK on the issuance of anti-suit injunctions to enforce arbitration clauses under the law of England and Wales and the Caribbean Court of Justice on the limits of anti-arbitration injunctions in the context of investor-state disputes.
Other articles address a Russian Arbitrazh Court’s enforcement of agreements prohibiting recourse against arbitral awards made in Russia, an English Commercial Court ruling on the courts’ power to decide an arbitral tribunal’s jurisdiction prior to arbitration and the views of two US appellate courts on how the incorporation of the UNCITRAL or ICC Rules into an arbitration agreement affects the arbitral tribunal’s power to make a binding determination on the scope of its own jurisdiction…
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