Professors Franco Ferrari, Friedrich Rosenfeld, and John Fellas publish a book entitled “International Commercial Arbitration: A Comparative Introduction”

Professor Franco Ferrari, the Center’s Director, and Dr. Friedrich Rosenfeld, Global Adjunct Professor at NYU Law in Paris, Visiting Professor at the International Hellenic University in Thessaloniki and Lecturer at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, have co-authored a book entitled “International Commercial Arbitration: A Comparative Introduction” for which Adjunct Professor John Fellas acted as Consultant Editor.

The book is a concise comparative introduction to international arbitration. With reference to recent case law from leading arbitration jurisdictions and up-to-date rules revisions (including by the German Arbitration Institute, HKIAC, the International Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), the Singapore International Arbitration Centre SIAC), and the Vienna International Arbitration Centre), it provides a comparative analysis of the issues raised in arbitration, from the time of #drafting of arbitration clauses to the rendering of the award and the post-award stage. After introductory remarks on the applicable normative framework, the book covers arbitration agreements and their enforcement, the initiation of #proceedings, the constitution of the tribunal, the taking of evidence, issues arising in complex arbitrations, as well as the #award and the post-award regime.

More information can be found on the publisher’s website.