Arbitration Law in UK Law
- Investment Treaty Arbitration and Public Law by Gus Van Harten
Public‐Private Arbitration and the Public Interest under English Law
Together with the increase in the number of public‐private contracts, recent years have seen a marked proliferation in public‐private arbitrations. This article explores the public interest implica...
The State and Industrial Relations: Background to the Adoption of Compulsory Arbitation Law in Australia and Nigeria
Conventional wisdom maintains that industrial turmoil accounts largely for the enactment of the compulsory arbitration law, the Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904 and the Trade Disputes (Emergen...
The Normative Basis for Decision on the Merits in Commercial Arbitration: The Extent of Party Autonomy
This article examines the extent of party autonomy in determining the norms that apply to the substance of a commercial dispute in arbitration. Particularly, it analyses ‘principles of law,’ the no...
Juridification in Chinese Labour Law: a cautionary tale of remuneration disputes
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the post-enactment status of China’s Labour Contract Law and Labour Dispute Mediation and Arbitration Law, focusing on the dramatic rise in remunera...
Sport exceptionalism and the Court of Arbitration for Sport
Purpose: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1983, resolves disputes between athletes and national or international sports governing bo...
The Role of Ethiopian Courts in Commercial Arbitration
The role of arbitration in settling disputes which involves national and transnational commercial transactions is steadily growing in this era of globalisation. International and national rules gov...
Bankers Trust Company and Bankers Trust International plc v PT Jakarta International Hotels & Development
During the course of 1997 Bankers Trust International plc (BTI) and the defendant company, PT Jakarta International Hotels & Development (JIHD), entered into a series of seven Indonesian rupiah...
Remaking the World of Chinese Labour: A 30‐Year Retrospective
Over the past 30 years, labour relations, and, indeed, the entirety of working‐class politics in China, have been dramatically altered by economic reforms. In this review, we focus on the two key p...
The labour dispute arbitration system in China
Purpose: The purpose of the paper is to analyse the characteristics, development and implementation of the Chinese labour arbitration system and its role in settling labour disputes. Design/method...
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