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Arbitration in The American Chamber of Commerce in Kosovo (17 June 2014 ). Regulation on Arbitration of the Kosovo Chamber of Commerce , 22 October 1999. Rev. nr. 270/2007 , 20 May

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This study deals with some particular features of commercial arbitration in Austria. The legal framework of arbitration in Austria was changed with an effect of 1st July, 2006, as the Austrian Parliament passed the Schiedsrechts-Änderungsgesetz 2006 in December 2005. This act was proclaimed on the 13th January 2006 and entered into force 1st July in spite of the planned date of 1st January. After having described the significance of arbitration in Austria the author pays special attention to the topic of appointment and challenge of arbitrators. The author compares the rules of the valid Austrian act with the provisions of UNCITRAL Model Law adopted on 21st June, 1985. The author highlights some cases from the legal practice which are considered relevant in the present issue. Finally the author summarizes the provisions of the rules of procedure of International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber from the point of view of appointment and challenge of arbitrators, which rules have been effective also since 1st July, 2006.

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Arnold, T. 2000. Checklist of Arbitration Considerations, in Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, and Literary Property Course Handbook Series. New York: Practicing Law Institute

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Literature Abdel Wahab , Mohamed S. , ‘ ODR and e-Arbitration Trends & Challenges ’ in Abdel Wahab , Mohamed S. , Katsh , Ethan and Rainey

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Literature Nagy , Csongor István , ‘Central European Perspectives on Investor-State Arbitration: Practical Experiences and Theoretical Concerns’ in de Mestral

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). Burgstaller , M. , ‘ Investor-State Arbitration in EU International Investment Agreements with Third States ’ ( 2012 ) 39 Legal Issues of Economic Integration 207–221. Cafari

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The present study discusses some important questions on arbitration in Latin-America focusing on the issue of appointment and challenge of arbitrators. The author attempts to describe some characteristic features of arbitration in Latin-America paying particular attention to the impact of the Calvo Doctrine and Calvo Clause. The author also discusses the significance of the so-called compromiso (or in Portuguese: compromisso). The author gives a detailed analysis on the appointment and challenge of arbitrators in the legal system of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico, highlighting also some leading cases in this issue. The study enumerates some important arbitration institutes in these countries, as well. The author puts emphasis on introducing the legal regulation on arbitration of the foregoing countries taking into consideration the legal tradition, which might have significant influence on the present legislation and legal practice, as well. As the law on arbitration in some of the foregoing countries in many aspects follow the regulations of UNCITRAL Model Law, the author tries to compare the analyzed acts with the UNCITRAL Model Law, which served and serves as a guideline for arbitration law in several countries of Latin America.

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This study deals with the notion of public policy (ordre public) in Swiss international arbitration. The paper analyzes the relevant paragraphs of IPRG, the Swiss Act on Private International Law. Based on legal authorities one can read about the distinction between procedural and substantive public policy in Swiss law. The paper describes several cases, in which the awards of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (Tribunal Arbitral du Sport) were challenged at the Federal Tribunal of Switzerland based on the alleged breach of public policy. The author discusses the question whether there can be a supra-national, universal interpretation of the notion of public policy in Swiss law, which is based on the fundamental legal and moral values of the civilized nations.

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