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1 Introduction

Miriam Goldby and Loukas Mistelis.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 8 pages. 3661 words.

This volume contains revised, updated, and enhanced versions of papers delivered during the inaugural International Shipping Law Roundtable on arbitration of shipping disputes organized by...

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Part II To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate? The Grey Area of Contracts of Carriage, 7 Incorporation of a Charterparty Arbitration Clause into a Bill of Lading and its Effect on Third Parties

Yvonne Baatz.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 26 pages. 13995 words.

This chapter discusses the practice of incorporating charterparty arbitration clauses into bills of lading and examines recent decisions of the English courts which have tended to take a...

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Part III Where to Arbitrate? Distinctive Features of Maritime Arbitral Seats, 10 Maritime Arbitration in Spain: The Delocalization of Dispute Resolution and the Shrinking Recourse to Arbitration

Manuel Alba.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 22 pages. 12330 words.

This chapter examines the ‘delocalization’ of shipping disputes resulting from the widespread use of standard arbitration clauses channelling disputes to major arbitration centres, even if...

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Part III Where to Arbitrate? Distinctive Features of Maritime Arbitral Seats, 11 Maritime Arbitration in China: Strive for a Bigger Presence

Guo Yu.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 22 pages. 8854 words.

This chapter discusses recent developments in the resolution of maritime disputes in China. It explores the strengths and weaknesses of the litigation and arbitration services provided in...

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Part III Where to Arbitrate? Distinctive Features of Maritime Arbitral Seats, 12 Common Types of Shipping Arbitration: In Singapore and London

Leng Sun Chan.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 12 pages. 4550 words.

This chapter reflects on developments in maritime arbitration in Singapore, highlighting its distinctive features via a comparison with London, the shipping world’s preferred arbitration...

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Part III Where to Arbitrate? Distinctive Features of Maritime Arbitral Seats, 8 Competition of Arbitral Seats in Attracting International Maritime Arbitration Disputes

Loukas Mistelis.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 14 pages. 6182 words.

This chapter examines the competition among arbitral seats in attracting maritime disputes. It first explores why certain seats are selected as a matter of general arbitration law and...

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Part III Where to Arbitrate? Distinctive Features of Maritime Arbitral Seats, 9 Maritime Arbitration in London: Publication of Awards, Appeals, and the Development of English Commercial Law

Ian Gaunt.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 6 pages. 2580 words.

This chapter examines what makes London so popular as a maritime arbitration centre. Chief among the reasons is the availability of a pool of arbitrators with a breadth of professional...

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Part IV The Role of Arbitrators in the Development of Shipping Law, 13 Lex Maritima: Vanishing Commercial Trial—​Fading Domestic Law?

Gralf-​Peter Calliess and Annika Klopp.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 16 pages. 8056 words.

This chapter presents empirical data on the vanishing commercial trial and the flight to arbitration in general, and more specifically in the maritime industry. It discusses the...

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Part IV The Role of Arbitrators in the Development of Shipping Law, 14 Transnational Shipping Law: The Role of Private Legal Actors in International Shipping

Andreas Maurer.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 20 pages. 9227 words.

This chapter develops a threefold argument. First, using empirical data it shows the maritime industry’s move away from litigation and towards arbitration. Second, it argues that private...

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Part IV The Role of Arbitrators in the Development of Shipping Law, 15 The Role of Standard Forms and Arbitrators: In Developing a Transnational Law of Shipping

Clare Ambrose.

in The Role of Arbitration in Shipping Law

June 2016 .

Chapter. Subjects: Statehood, Jurisdiction of States, Organs of States; International Law; Public International Law; Arbitration; Law. 6 pages. 2025 words.

This chapter reflects on the findings and conclusions in Chapter 14. It points out various factors that have given shape to the kind of arbitration service favoured today, including the...

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