Conflict of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration, featuring chapters from leading figures and authorities in the field, shows that at every stage of an international arbitration, conflict of laws issues will arise and will have to be dealt with. International arbitration requires a conflict of laws analysis to identify the law applicable to the most disparate issues, and this needs to be done, for example, at all stages of the award process, from the pre-award stage to the post-award stage. Conflict of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration is required reading, and a necessary reference work, for all those involved in the international arbitration process.
International Private Law and Private Comparative Law

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