International Law of Procedure

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International Law of Procedure - Research Guide International Law

International (Civil) Procedural Law is part of Private International Law and covers the following main subjects. Firstly, the jurisdiction of national courts in international civil and commercial disputes, and jurisdictional immunities. Secondly, the recognition and enforcement of decisions of foreign courts. The 1968 Brussels Convention on Jurisdiction and Enforcement represents the beginning of a harmonization programme of procedural law within the European Union which has been one of the most striking developments in this field. Harmonization attempts at the international level by the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT)and the American Law Institute (ALI) resulted in the ALI/UNIDROIT Principles and Rules of Transnational Civil Procedure in 2004.

This Research Guide is intended as a starting point for research on International Law of Procedure. It provides the basic legal materials available in the Peace Palace Library, both in print and electronic format. Handbooks, leading articles, bibliographies, periodicals, serial publications and documents of interest are presented in the Selective Bibliography section. Links to the PPL Catalogue are inserted. The Library’s classification index code 314. International Law of Procedure: General Works and subject heading (keyword) Law of International Civil Procedure are instrumental for searching through the Catalogue. Special attention is given to our subscriptions on databases, e-journals, e-books and other electronic resources. Finally, this Research Guide features links to relevant websites and other online resources of particular interest.

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1. Milletlerarası tahkim
Milletlerarası tahkim / Prof. Dr. Ziya Akinci. - Güncellenmiş 3. Bası. - Istanbul : Vedat Kitapçilik, 2013. - XXXIV, 982 pages. ; 25 cm Yayin no: 336. - 1st edtion: 2007. - Includes bibliogarphical references and an index. - 2013
Keywords: Turkey, Law of civil procedure, Legal principles, Arbitration, International commercial arbitration, Judges, Legal remedies,

2. Yabancı mahkeme kararlarının tanınması ve tenfizi
Yabancı mahkeme kararlarının tanınması ve tenfizi / Prof. Dr. Nuray Ekşi. - Istanbul : Beta, 2013. - XXXII, 743 pages. ; 24 cm. - (Hukuk dizisi ; 1468) Bibliography: page 725-743. - With notes. - 2013
Keywords: Turkey, Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, Private international law, Law of civil procedure, Mutual assistance, European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (Rome, 4 November 1950), Fair administration of justice, Family law, Legal history,

3. The Jerusalem Arbitration Centre: From Tradition to Innovation
The Jerusalem Arbitration Centre: From Tradition to Innovation / Nadia Darwazeh In: Journal of International Arbitration = ISSN 0255-8106: vol. 31, issue 2, page 121-138. - 2014
Keywords: Israel, Occupied Arab territories, Jeruzalem, International commercial arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce,

4. The Tarnished Brand of CIETAC: Understanding the 2012 CIETAC Dispute
The Tarnished Brand of CIETAC: Understanding the 2012 CIETAC Dispute / Marianne Rose In: Journal of International Arbitration = ISSN 0255-8106: vol. 31, issue 2, page 139-181. - 2014
Keywords: China, International commercial arbitration, Amendments, Disputes,

5. Questioning the Role of International Arbitration in the Fight against Corruption
Questioning the Role of International Arbitration in the Fight against Corruption / Cecily Rose In: Journal of International Arbitration = ISSN 0255-8106: vol. 31, issue 2, page 183-264. - 2014
Keywords: International arbitration, Corruption, Evidence, International arbitral awards,

6. Navigating the "Gateway" to International Arbitration in the U.S. Courts
Navigating the "Gateway" to International Arbitration in the U.S. Courts : a Decade of Adventures, Post-Howsam / Timothy G. Nelson In: World Arbitration and Mediation Review = ISSN 1934-3310: vol. 8, issue 1, page 49-79. - 2014
Keywords: United States of America, Judicial organisation, International commercial arbitration, International arbitral awards, Case-law,

7. Reconnaissance et exécution des sentences arbitrales étrangères
Reconnaissance et exécution des sentences arbitrales étrangères : le droit français au prisme de la Convention de New York / François-Xavier Train In: Revue internationale de droit comparé = ISSN 0035-3337: vol. 66, issue 2, page 249-282. - 2014
Keywords: France, Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York, 10 June 1958), Recognition and execution of foreign arbitral awards,

8. La reconnaissance des actes administratifs étrangers
La reconnaissance des actes administratifs étrangers / Timothée Paris In: Revue internationale de droit comparé = ISSN 0035-3337: vol. 66, issue 2, page 633-655. - 2014
Keywords: France, Public acts, Foreign public law, Recognition,

9. Guerrilla tactics in international arbitration
Guerrilla tactics in international arbitration / edited by Gunther J. Horvath, Stephan Wilske. - Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International, 2013. - XXIX, 418 pages. - (International arbitration law library ; 28) Includes bibliographical references and index. - 2013
Keywords: Judges, Arbitration court, Code of conduct, Sabotage, Ethics, Impartiality, International arbitration, International commercial arbitration, E-books,

10. International arbitration
International arbitration : the coming of a new age? / general editor, Albert Jan van den Berg ; with the assistance of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, Peace Palace, The Hague. - Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands : Kluwer Law International, 2013. - V, 694 pages. : illustrations. - (ICCA congress series, ISSN 1572-4441 ; no. 17) At head of title: International Council for Commercial Arbitration. - Proceedings of the XXI International Arbitration Congress organized in Singapore, 10-13 June 2012"--Preface. - Includes bibliographical references. - 2013
Keywords: International commercial arbitration, Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York, 10 June 1958), Evidence, Online dispute resolution, Foreign direct investment, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, E-books,

11. La arbitrabilidad objetiva en el derecho de arbitraje
La arbitrabilidad objetiva en el derecho de arbitraje / Daniel Restrepo-Soto In: Revista EJIL : EAFIT journal of international law = ISSN 2216-0965: vol. 5, issue 1, page 63-80. - 2014
Keywords: International commercial arbitration, Party autonomy, Freedom of contract, Law of police,

12. La arbitrabilidad en el nuevo estatuto de arbitraje internacional
La arbitrabilidad en el nuevo estatuto de arbitraje internacional / Ana Isabel Loaiza Zapata In: Revista EJIL : EAFIT journal of international law = ISSN 2216-0965: vol. 3, issue 2, page 30-40. - 2012
Keywords: Colombia, International commercial arbitration, Recognition and execution of foreign arbitral awards,

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  • Hartley, T.C., Choice-of-Court Agreements under the European and International Instruments : the Revised Brussels I Regulation, the Lugano Convention, and the Hague Convention, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013.

    Hartley, T.C., Choice-of-Court Agreements under the European and International Instruments : the Revised Brussels I Regulation, the Lugano Convention, and the Hague Convention, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013.
    This is the first text to address all the instruments that will govern choice-of-court agreements in Europe and to engage in a practical discussion of their mutual relationship. The existing common law, which has dominated discussion of this subject for so long, will become less significant as European and international instruments become more widely applicable. The consequences of this, both for practitioners and business persons engaging in international transactions, are explained by thematic chapters covering all major issues affected.The work opens with an introduction to the components of a choice-of-court agreement and to the origins, principles, and status of the various instruments, making the text accessible to a broad practitioner audience. The scope of the instruments – territorial application, international application and subject-matter application – as well as conflicts between them, are addressed in Part II, which is devoted to guidance on deciding which instrument applies. Validity (substantive and formal), effects, remedies, and procedure are discussed in Part III, while Part IV tackles a range of more specialist areas, including insurance, consumer contracts, employment contracts, companies, and intellectual property. Comprehensive appendices follow, including the Hague Convention 2005 in its entirety, alongside extracts from Brussels I and Lugano, making this a standalone support for any practitioner facing unfamiliar questions in the area.
     
     
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  • Wolff, R.(ed.),The New York Convention : Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of 10 June 1958 : Commentary, München, Beck, 2012.

    Wolff, R.(ed.),The New York Convention Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of 10 June 1958  Commentary, München, Beck,2012.

    In a world characterised on the one hand by globalised trade and commerce, and on the other by deteriorating judicial services, arbitration has become the dispute resolution mechanism of choice in cross-border commercial transactions. International arbitration not only paves the way for parties to avoid state courts, it also facilitates the transnational enforceability of awards that are far more effective than the enforceability of state court judgments. The major instrument is the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York Convention) of 10 June 1958, which entered into force one year after. Since then the New York Convention has been ratified by 144 states, including all the important trading nations. For good reason the New York Convention is labelled the Magna Carta of international arbitration. The courts of any contracting state are required “to give effect to an agreement to arbitrate when seized of an action in a matter covered by an arbitration agreement and also to recognize and enforce awards made in other States, subject to specific limited exceptions” (UNCITRAL).
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  • Payan, G., Droit Européen de l'Exécution en Matière Civile et Commerciale, Bruxelles , Bruylant, 2012.

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    La présente étude a pour objet d’anticiper les premières réalisations concrètes de l’action du législateur européen dans ce domaine, en suggérant la création d’un droit européen de l’exécution en matière civile et commerciale. L’objectif est de garantir la cohérence entre les futurs instruments européens de l’exécution. À cette fin, une stratégie législative à deux échelons est proposée. Le premier échelon se caractérise par l’adoption d’une approche globale de la problématique de l’exécution proprement dite des titres exécutoires au sein de l’Union européenne. À ce stade, il est question de définir les principales notions juridiques s’attachant à l’exécution, de délimiter le champ d’application de l’action de l’Union européenne et de définir les principes directeurs de cette action. Le second échelon de la stratégie législative proposée se caractérise, en revanche, par une approche « sectorielle ». À ce stade, sont visés les premiers instruments européens qui pourraient être adoptés dans le cadre de ce droit. Par souci de réalisme, cette seconde étape de la création d’un droit européen de l’exécution devrait se matérialiser par une série d’interventions ponctuelles, adaptées aux difficultés et aux besoins rencontrés. Différents chantiers prioritaires sont définis, dont la création d’une procédure européenne de saisie conservatoire des avoirs bancaires.

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  • Kramer, X.E. and C.H. van Rhee (eds.), Civil Litigation in a Globalising World, The Hague, T.M.C. Asser Press, 2012.

    Kramer, X.E. and Rhee, C.H. van (eds.), Civil Litigation in a Globalising World, The Hague, T.M.C. Asser Press, 2012.

    This book is an important contribution to the discussion about globalisation of civil procedure. Globalisation of legal matters and the inherent necessity of having to litigate in foreign courts or to enforce judgments in other countries considerably complicate civil proceedings due to great differences in civil procedure. This may jeopardise access to ustice. As a result, the debate on the need for the harmonisation of civil procedure becomes ever more prominent.    This book discusses the globalisation and harmonisation of civil procedure from various angles, including fundamental (international) principles of civil justice, legal history, private international law, law and economics and (European) policy.

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  • Junker, A., Internationales Zivilprozessrecht, München, Beck, 2012.

    Junker, A., Internationales Zivilprozessrecht, München, Beck, 2012.

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