Restating the US Law of International Commercial Arbitration: "Between the "Domestic" and the "International""
The restatement of the US Law of International Commercial Arbitration is well on the road. Two chapters have been approved and are official. One is before the advisory committee at this time. And there remain two to go. This is a good moment to reflect on what it has meant to produce a domestic law restatement of a decidedly international law subject - something the foreign relations has faced and is currently facing.
The restatement has time and again had to navigate between fidelity to established US law principles, on the one hand, and aptness for the truly international phenomenon that arbitration has become, on the other. This webinar will hit the highlights of this fascinating exercise.
This is a recording of a webinar presented on October 8, 2014. Registration for this event may take place at anytime.
Duration: 60 minutes
OnDemand Program (allows registrant to view up to 3 times)
- $40 - ITA Members
- $75 - Non-members
About the Speaker
Prof. George A. Bermann
Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law and Walter Gellhorn Professor
Columbia Law School
New York, NY
Professor, Columbia Law School, Director, Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration (CICIA); International commercial arbitrator; Expert on foreign law and transnational litigation & arbitration; Professeur affilié, Ecole de droit, Sciences Po (Paris) Chief Reporter, ALI Restatement of US Law of International Commercial Arbitration; Founding member, Governing Board, ICC Court of International Arbitration; Chair, board of advisers, New York International Arbitration Center (NYIAC);Director, American Arbitration Association; Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Co-editor-in-chief American Review of International Arbitration; Member Board of Editors, Revue de l’Arbitrage; J.D. Yale Law School; Doctor honoris causa, University of Fribourg, Switzerland; Université de Versailles-San Quentin, France
About the Moderator
Prof. Jack J. Coe, Jr.
Pepperdine University School of Law
Jack Coe is Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the LLM Concentration in International Commercial Arbitration at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu. An Associate Reporter of the ALI Restatement of US Law of International Commercial Arbitration, Professor Coe received his LL.M. at Exeter, holds the Diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law, and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics. He clerked for the Honorable Richard C. Allison at the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, the Hague, and now consults with governments and multinational corporations in relation to commercial and direct investment disputes under the NAFTA and Bilateral Investment Treaties. Professor Coe is a regular speaker in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, and has authored numerous articles and books on arbitration, private international law, and related topics. He has been chair of the Disputes Division of the ABA International Law Section, and of the Academic Council of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration.
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