New Issue: Journal of International Arbitration

The latest issue of the Journal of International Arbitration (Vol. 35, no. 2, 2018) is out. Contents include:Jennifer Kirby, Evolution and the Discoverability of In-House Counsel Communications Johannes Koepp & Agnieszka Ason, An Anti-Enforcement Bias? The Application of the Substantive Public Policy Exception in Polish Annulment Proceedings Gordon Smith, Comparative Analysis of Joinder and Consolidation Provisions Under Leading Arbitral Rules Bas van Zelst, Class Actions and Arbitration: Alternative Approaches Based on the (Ever Evolving) Dutch Experiences with Collective Redress Florencia Villaggi, Recent Developments in the Arbitration Legislation in Argentina Oleg Skvortsov & Leonid Kropotov, Arbitration Changes in Russia: Revolution or Evolution?

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