Handbuch Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit - Germany - Austria - Switzerland
Institutional Arbitration, Swiss Rules, Article by Bernhard Meyer und Dominik Vock
The "Handbuch Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit" is a standard legal book for German-speaking arbitration practitioners. In this book, all stages of the arbitration procedure are described in a practice-oriented manner; from the appointment of the arbitrators to the challenge of an arbitral award as well as its enforcement. This standard work has now been published in a second edition, which shows the important developments in national and international arbitration in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The handbook also includes a chapter about the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration ("Swiss Rules") written by Bernhard Meyer and Dominik Vock. These authors have comprehensively revised and updated their article for this new edition.
* Dr. Bernhard Meyer | Dr. Dominik Vock
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Dr. Bernhard Meyer,
Dr. Dominik Vock
Dr. Jonatan Baier
Review of the Recent Case Law of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court in: MÜLLER/RIGOZZI/BESSON (eds.), New Developments in International Commercial Arbitration 2016