The third edition of Dr. Peter Binder's commentary to the UNCITRAL model laws was published in 2010.

INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION IN UNCITRAL MODEL LAW JURISDICTIONS

International Commercial Arbitration and Conciliation in UNCITRAL Model Law Jurisdictions gives you complete coverage of UNCITRAL’s Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation.

It covers all the information that you will need when contemplating arbitration in one of the “Model Law Countries” and enables you to ascertain what you can expect in each jurisdiction.

The reasons for and policies behind UNCITRAL’s Model Laws are clearly and analytically examined. This work evaluates the different views on the provisions and their practical implications. With an examination of over sixty national adoptions of the Model Laws (including the world’s top ADR locations and new countries that have adopted the Laws since the previous edition), this work gives you a complete picture of global practice.

DRAW ON EXPERTISE FROM THE FIELD Dr. Peter Binder acts both as arbitrator and counsel providing national and international legal advice. In his function as law reform consultant, Dr Binder frequently advises governments seeking to implement arbitration or ADR laws. He is a member of the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration and Conciliation.

STRENGTHEN YOUR KNOWLEDGE

  • Helps you understand the concepts behind the formation of the Model Laws through article-by-article analysis
  • Reproduces the UNCITRAL Laws in full in the Appendices giving you easy and quick reference
  • Contains information on the decisions taken in Model Law jurisdictions and shows how they have been successfully enacted
  • Provides case law examples and charts detailing which articles have been adopted in each jurisdiction, helping you assess the law for the jurisdiction you are working in at a glance
  • Provides information for those states who are considering adopting the Laws
  • Covers the progress and gives details of the amendments to the Model Law allowing you to trace developments

New to the 3rd edition

  • Updated with extensive commentary on the the revised 2006-Model Law provisions on arbitration agreements and interim measures
  • Includes CLOUT case summaries for the first time
  • Highlights details of the new countries that have adopted the Model Laws since the 2nd edition
  • Provides commentary and unique analytical charts on how over 80 individual jurisdictions worldwide have adopted the UNCITRAL model laws

Coverage

  • Arbitration Agreement
  • Composition of Arbitral Tribunal
  • Jurisdiction of Arbitral Tribunal
  • Conduct of Arbitral Proceedings
  • Making of the Award and Termination of Proceedings
  • Recourse against Award
  • Recognition and Enforcement of Awards
  • The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Conciliation 2002
  • Current and Future Work in the Area of International Commercial Arbitration
  • Comparison Charts

Futures

  • Get to grips with the concepts behind the Model Laws through article-by-article analysis
  • Find the information you need when considering an arbitration in a Model Law country
  • Reproduces the UNCITRAL Laws in full
  • Includes access to the member's area of this website which includes background material to the book (available from 31 March 2013)
  • Gives you free online access to the latest developments at www.international-commercial-arbitration.com

Draw on expertise from the field

Dr Peter Binder acts both as arbitrator, counsel and acadmeic providing national and international legal expertise. In his function as law reform consultant, Dr Binder frequently advises governments seeking to implement arbitration or ADR laws. He is a member of the UNCITRAL Working Group on Arbitration and Conciliation.

Book details

  • Title: International Commercial Arbitration & Conciliation in UNCITRAL Model Law Jurisdictions, 3rd Edition
  • Author: Dr. Peter Binder
  • ISBN: 9781847032058
  • Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
  • Published: 2010
  • Format: Hardback