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eBook - Interest, Auxiliary and Alternative Remedies in International Arbitration

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Item No.: 684 eBook
ISBN: 978-92-842-0033-7
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Interest, Auxiliary and Alternative Remedies in International Arbitration
Dossier V from the ICC Institute of World Business Law
Edited by Laurent Lévy and Filip de Ly
 
Pub No. 684 eBook
2008 Edition
260 pages
 
Dossier V Interest, Auxiliary and Alternative Remedies in International Arbitration is a compilation of the proceedings of the ICC Institute of World Business Law’s 2007 Annual Meeting. It is designed to offer solutions on how to control the impact of time between the occurrence of the damage and its full compensation.

Dossier V addresses a wide range of topics on remedies and interest including: contractual remedies, judicial penalties, specific performance, issue of applicable law, comparative approaches, and interest in arbitration practice.

“This book is an attempt at finding how the parties to a contract or to an arbitration, as well as the arbitrators themselves, should proceed efficiently to ensure the timeliness of the compensation or to find a remedy for the lack of such timeliness.” – from the Foreword by Laurent Lévy.

Partial Table of Contents

  • Judicial penalties and specific performance in international arbitration
  • Compound interest and specific performance: “arbitral imperium” and sections 49 and 48 of the English Arbitration Act
  • How to control the impact of time running between the occurrence of the damage and its full compensation
  • Issues of applicable law and uniform law on interest: basic distinctions in national and international practice
  • The issue of interest in Middle East laws and Islamic laws
  • Present day valuation in international arbitration: a conceptual framework for awarding interest

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