Nearly a 100 hours of high quality lecture series on international arbitration by Gary Born, the preeminent authority on international commercial and investment arbitration. The series provides detailed, up-to-date overview and analysis of all legal and practical aspects of international arbitration:
- International Commercial Arbitration
- Arbitration Agreements
- International Arbitral Procedures
- International Arbitral Awards
- Investment Arbitration
- State-to-State Arbitration
This segment addresses the ground for denying recognition and enforcement due to arbitrator bias and that the award has not yet become binding or has been annulled in the arbitral seat under Article V(1)(e).
This segment addresses the grounds for denying recognition and enforcement under Article V(1)(e) and Article V(2)(b) due to the award has not yet become binding or annulled in arbitral seat and public policy.
This segment addresses the ground for denying recognition and enforcement under Article V(2)(a) based on non-arbitrability, forums for seeking recognition or enforcement of international arbitral awards, as well as agreements waiving rights to resist the recognition of international arbitral awards.