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KluwerArbitration.com is the world's leading online resource for international arbitration research. It contains a wealth of commentary from expert authors and an extensive collection of primary source materials. Plus, as a subscriber, you gain access to exclusive materials including ICC cases and awards.

No other resource comes close to providing the breadth and depth of KluwerArbitration.com.

For a full overview of the wide range of print publications included in the online database, please consult the books and journals pages.

About Our Partners

The KluwerArbitration.com online database is developed and maintained in conjunction with various partners:

International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA)

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Additional commentary and materials are published in association with the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA), the leading world-wide organization devoted to promoting international arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution Over a period of many years, ICCA has compiled, translated into English and edited case law, legislation, national reports and congress proceedings on international arbitration. ICCA's principal publications, prepared with the assistance of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, are included in KluwerArbitration.com. These are the Yearbook Commercial Arbitration (edited by A.J. van den Berg), the International Handbook on Commercial Arbitration (edited by J. Paulsson) and the ICCA Congress Series (edited by P. Sanders and A.J. van den Berg). The ICCA publications provide a unique and vast source of arbitration materials.

Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA)

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Primary source materials not included in print publications are taken from the ITA Monthly Report, which is published in association with the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), which has become an important international forum in the field of transnational arbitration. Through regular contributions from the ITA Board of Reporters, the ITA Monthly Report covers the latest developments in international arbitration.

Editors

General Editor
Roger Alford
University of Notre Dame Law School

Managing Editors
Elina Mereminskaya
Monique Sasson
Institute for Transnational Arbitration

Associate Editor
Deen Kaplan
Hogan Lovells

Country Reporters

Jurisdiction

Reporter(s)

Affiliation(s)

Argentina

Federico Godoy

Beretta Godoy

Australia

Damian Sturzaker

Marque Lawyers

Austria

Guenther J. Horvath

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

Belgium

Bernard Hanotiau

Hanotiau & van den Berg

Charlotte Villeneuve

Maarten Draye

Bolivia

Bernardo Wayar Caballero

J & B Wayar Abogados S.C.

Bernardo Antonio Wayar Ocampo

Brazil

João Bosco Lee

Lee Taube Gabardo Sociedade de Advogados

Bulgaria

Assen Alexiev

Sabev and Partners

Canada

Henri C. Alvarez

Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Chile

Cristian Conejero-Roos

Philippi, Prietocarrizosa & Uría

China

Jingzhou Tao

Dechert LLP

Arthur X. Dong

AnJie Law Firm

Colombia

Eduardo Zuleta

Gómez-Pinzón Zuleta

Costa Rica

Ryan Mellske

Three Crowns LLP

Czech Republic

Ivo Janda

White & Case LLP

Petr Polášek

Denmark

Peter F. Thommesen

VILTOFT Advokatpartnerselskab

Dominican Republic

Stephan Adell

Squire Patton Boggs

Ecuador

Javier Robalino Orellana

Ferrere Abogados

Egypt

Karim Abou Youssef

Youssef & Partners

El Salvador

Ryan Mellske

Three Crowns LLP

England

Nicholas Fletcher

Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

Finland

Mika Savola

Hannes Snellman Attorneys

Anna-Maria Tamminen

France

Yves Derains

Derains & Gharavi

Bertrand Derains

Valentine Chessa

CastaldiPartners

Nataliya Barysheva

Germany

Richard H. Kreindler

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP

Thomas Kopp

Greece

Ioannis Vassardanis

Ioannis Vassardanis and Partners

Hong Kong

Justin d'Agostino

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

India

Dipen Sabharwal

White & Case LLP

Aditya Singh

Ireland

Klaus Reichert

Law Library

Brick Court Chambers

Israel

Tamar Meshel

University of Toronto

Italy

Stefano Azzali

Chamber of Arbitration of Milan

Benedetta Coppo

Japan

Hisaya Kimura

Nagashima, Ohno & Tsunematsu

Koki Yanagisawa

Akiko Inoue

Latvia

Inga Kačevska

Inga Kačevska Law Office

Lebanon

Jalal El Ahdab

Association d'avocats Ginestié Paley-Vincent et Associés

Mexico

José María Abascal Zamora

Abascal, Segovia & Asociados

Cecilia Flores Rueda

Basham, Ringe y Correa, S.C.

Netherlands

Bo Ra Hoebeke

NautaDutilh

Richard Hansen

New Zealand

Stephen Hunter

Gilbert Walker

Pakistan

Nudrat E. Piracha

Samdani & Qureshi, Inc.

Panama

Ryan Mellske

Three Crowns LLP

Peru

Fernando Cantuarias Salaverry

Law School of Universidad del Pacfico

Poland

Ewelina Wętrys

K&L Gates LLP

Wojciech Sadowski

Portugal

José Miguel Júdice

PLMJ, Sociedade de Advogados

Qatar

Minas Khatchadourian

Qatar International Center for Conciliation and Arbitration

Romania

Nicolae Viorel Dinu

Bondoc & Asociatii

Russian Federation

Andrey Panov

Norton Rose Fullbright LLP

Scotland

David Scott

Maclay Murray & Spens LLP

Singapore

Michael Hwang

Michael Hwang Chambers

South Korea

Kun Hee Cho

Kim & Chang

Kay-Jannes Wegner

Spain

Fernando Mantilla-Serrano

Latham & Watkins LLP

Esperanza Barron Baratech

Sweden

John M. Kadelburger

Advokat John Kadelburger AB

Switzerland

Georg von Segesser

von Segesser Law Offices

Elisabeth Leimbacher

Schellenberg & Wittmer

Syria

Abdulhay Sayed

Sayed & Sayed

Turkey

Ismail G. Esin

Esin Attorney Partnership

Stephan Wilske

Gleiss Lutz

Ukraine

Yaroslav Petrov

Asters

United Arab Emirates

John Gaffney

Al Tamimi & Company

United States of America

Donald Francis Donovan

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Natalie L. Reid

William H. Taft V

Christopher K. Tahbaz

Uruguay

Sandra González

Ferrere Attorneys

Venezuela

Alfredo E. De Jesús O.

Alfredo De Jesús O. Law Firm

Institutional Reporters

ICSID
Dietmar W. Prager, Ina C. Popova and Samantha J. Rowe
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

NAFTA
Charles H. Brower, II
Wayne State University Law School

International Arbitration Institute (IAI)

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The IAI Arbitrator tool has been developed in conjunction with the International Arbitration Institute (IAI). The IAI maintains a Directory of members that is considered as one of the best sources of biographical information on arbitration specialists. It contains biographical details of over 600 members in 44 countries.

Contacts

Emmanuel Gaillard
President, International Arbitration Institute (IAI)

Nanou Leleu-Knobil
Chief Editor, International Arbitration Institute (IAI)

Clifford Chance LLP

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The question and answer Smart Charts allow you to quickly examine and/or compare specific content by particular jurisdiction or arbitral institution. The Kluwer Arbitration Smart Charts are edited by Audley Sheppard, head of the International Arbitration Group, Clifford Chance LLP, with the assistance of James Dingley, Clifford Chance LLP, and a dedicated team of Smart Chart Country Contributors.

Editors

Audley Sheppard
Clifford Chance LLP

James Dingley
Clifford Chance LLP

Country Reporters

Jurisdiction

Reporter(s)

Affiliation(s)

Argentina

Francisco A. Macias

Marval O'Farrell & Mairal 

Ignacio Javier Minorini Lima

Florencia Delia Lebensohn

Australia

Chester Brown

Faculty of Law, University of Sydney

Austria

Christoph Liebscher

Wolf Theiss

Bulgaria

Kina Chuturkova

Borislav Boyanov & Co.

 

Georgitsa Petkova

 

Canada

Barry Leon

Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP

John Siwiec

China

Cameron Hassall

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Joseph Chu

 

 

Lei Shi

 

Bing Yu

Han Bao

Croatia

Masa Piljic

Wolf Theiss

Cyprus

Costas Stamatiou

Andreas Neocleous & Co. LLC

Panayiotis Neocleous

Finland

Tanja Jussila

Waselius & Wist

Josefine Hackman

France

Sandrine Colletier

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Céline Lachmann

 

Germany

Fabian von Schlabrendorff

Clifford Chance LLP

Tim Schreiber

Alexandra Diehl

Ghana

David A. Asiedu

Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors

David Adu-Tutu, Jr.

Joseph K. Konadu

Greece

George Scorinis

Scorinis Law Offices

 

John Vrellos

 

Hong Kong

Cameron Hassall

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Yvonne Shek

 

Hungary

Gábor Bárdosi

Wolf Theiss

India

Shreyas Jayasimha

AZB & Partners, Bangalore 

Ishana Tripathi

Ananthram Ganesh

Sunetra Ravindran

Ireland

Andy Lenny

Arthur Cox

 

Gareth Murphy

 

Italy

Stefano Azzali

Chamber of Arbitration of Milan

Benedetta Coppo

Kazakhstan

Alexey Bukhtiyarov

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Mexico

Claus von Wobeser

von Wobeser y Sierra

 

Marco Tulio Vengas

 

 

Montserrat Manzano

 

Netherlands

Floris van Hees

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Juliette Luycks

 

Nigeria

Funke Adekoya

Ælex

 

Ibifubara Berenbara

 

Pakistan

Farhat Naz

RIAALAW

Philippines

Ricardo Ma P.G. Ongkiko

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

 

Romeo D. Lumagui, Jr.

 

Portugal

Agostinho Pereira de Miranda

Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados

Sofia Martins

Romania

Vlad Peligrad

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Monica Andrei

 

 

Sabina Hutanu

 

Russia

Timur Aitkulor

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Dmitry Malukevich

 

Serbia

Maja Stankovic

Wolf Theiss

 

Bojana Noskov

 

Beba Miletic

 

Iskra Lazic

 

 

Maja Miletic

 

Singapore

Nish Shetty

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Kabir Singh

 

 

Matthew Brown

 

Slovakia

Erika Galgóciová

Wolf Theiss

Jana Palčikov

Andrej Schwarz

Slovenia

Ambrož Arko

Wolf Theiss

Branko Čevriz

South Africa

Des Williams

Werksmans Attorneys

South Korea

Benjamin F. Hughes

Benhamin F. Hughes, Arbitrator and Mediator

Spain

Jose Antonio Cainzos Fernandez

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Alexandra Borrallo Veiga

 

Sweden

Nils Eliasson

Mannheimer Swartling

 

Kristoffer Lof

 

 

Jakob Ragnwald

 

 

Asa Rydstern

 

Cecilia Stråle

Switzerland

Domitille Baizeau

LALIVE

 

Bernd Ehle

 

 

Catherine Anne Kunz

 

Sandrine Giroud

 

Noradèle Radjai

 

Turkey

Serdar Bezen

Bezen & Partners

 

Yeşim Bezen

 

 

Onur Oksan

 

Ukraine

Jared Grubb

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Olexiy Soshenko

 

 

Andrii Moskalyk

 

 

Andrii Grebonkin

 

 

Yaroslav Zholudenko

 

United Arab Emirates

James Abbot

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Paul Coates

 

United Kingdom

Audley Sheppard

Clifford Chance LLP

 

James Dingley

 

 

Andrew Dickinson

 

United States of America

Robert Houck

Clifford Chance LLP

 

Alejandra de Urioste

 

Institutional Reporters

Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS)
Edgar Philippin
Ross Wenzel
Carrard & Associés

United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
Audley Sheppard
James Dingley
Carla Lewis
Anna Kirkpatrick
Clifford Chance LLP

PricewaterhouseCoopers Belastingadviseurs NV

VAT Treatment of Arbitrator Services provides key questions and focused answers, offering practical guidance on VAT for arbitrator services on a jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction basis. Edited by Bertjan Janzen, PricewaterhouseCoopers Belastingadviseurs NV, the Dutch PwC member firm providing Tax Services, and a dedicated team of Contributors.

Editor

Bertjan Janzen
PwC Netherlands

Country Reporters

Jurisdiction

Reporter(s)

Affiliation(s)

Argentina

Ricardo D. Tavieres

PwC Argentina

Australia

Peter Konidaris

PwC Australia

Belgium

Ine Lejeune

PwC Belgium

Czech Republic

Petra Safkova

PwC Czech Republic

France

Patricia More

PwC France / Landwell & Associés

Germany

Daniel Keller

PwC Germany

Greece

Panagiotis Tsouramanis

PwC Greece

Indonesia

Ali Widodo

PwC Indonesia

Abdullah Azis

Italy

Luca Lavazza

PwC Italy

Japan

Kotaku Kimu

PwC Japan

Mexico

Ivan Jaso

PwC Mexico

Netherlands

Bertjan Janzen

PwC Netherlands

Poland

Marcin Chomiuk

PwC Poland

Portugal

Susana Caetano

PwC Portugal

Singapore

Koh Soo How

PwC Singapore

South Africa

Charles De Wet

PwC South Africa

Spain

Alfonso Viejo

PwC Spain

Sweden

Lars Henckel

PwC Sweden

Linda A Blom

Switzerland

Tobias Meier Kern

PwC Switzerland

Turkey

Cenk Ulu

PwC Turkey

United Kingdom

Seamus Devenney

PwC United Kingdom

WunschARB

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Chinese Court Decision Summaries on Arbitration is a collection of English summaries of Chinese court decisions (related to arbitration), edited by WunschARB. The collection consists of summaries of decisions concerning enforcement of arbitral awards, validity of arbitration clauses and annulment of arbitral awards. This collection will be updated on a quarterly basis as further court decisions are issued on these topics.

Each online summary starts with Case Data (overview) containing key data about the decision, followed by a user-friendly summary divided into the following parts:

– Synopsis

– The Contract and the Dispute

– Arbitration Proceedings

– Initiation of Court Proceedings and Position of the Parties

– Court Analysis

– Decision of the Court

– Commentary

The cases included in the service are decisions rendered after the entering into force of the Arbitration Law 1994. Therefore, cases date from 1st September 1995 onwards. The summaries have been compiled from court decisions that were readily available online as well as in selected periodicals and journals and include all levels of Chinese court.

WunschArb is a boutique advisory firm with offices in Zurich and Beijing and specializing in the prevention, management and resolution of Sino-European business disputes with a particular focus on mediation and international arbitration. By designing fast, cost-effective and lasting solutions to cross-border business disputes WunschArb contributes to bridging the gap between the Chinese and the international business community.

Editors

Clarisse von Wunschheim (Editor & Author)

Lear Liu

Yves P. Hu

– Dimitri Phillips

– Zhen Wang

– Emmanuelle Barasche

– Yudan Tan

– Chenyao Lin

– Fangfang Liu

– Feng Dong

– Paul Camacho

– Chen Pan

– Sisi Tang

Comitê Brasileiro de Arbitragem (CBAr)

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The Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem (Brazilian Arbitration Journal) has been licensed for online use on KluwerArbitration from the Comitê Brasileiro de Arbitragem (CBAr, the Brazilian Arbitration Committee) and from IOB. For further information, please consult the CBAr website or the IOB website.

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Kluwer Law International (KLI) is grateful for the assistance of the Kluwer Arbitration Editorial Advisory Board:

Andrew Newcombe, University of Victoria, Canada

Christoph Liebscher, Wolf Theiss, Austria

Christian Leathley, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, London

Dev Krishan, Independent Practitioner, United States

Matthias Scherer, LALIVE, Switzerland