Gary Born, one of the world’s preeminent authorities on international commercial arbitration and international litigation, has published the second edition of International Arbitration and Forum Selection Agreements: Drafting and Enforcing—an extensively updated and revised guide to planning and drafting international arbitration agreements and forum selection clauses.
Mr. Born’s new book includes clear, practical explanations of the advantages and disadvantages of different forms of dispute resolution provisions, and detailed discussion of all elements of drafting arbitration and choice-of-court clauses. It also includes scores of revised model arbitration and forum selection clauses, providing precise working for use in a wide range of commercial contexts. Designed for easy reference and use by both general practitioners and specialists, the book is required for any international practitioner or corporate counsel engaged in international matters.
“Gary Born’s new edition of this classic work covers everything a drafter of dispute resolution clauses needs to consider, with useful model clauses, and is up to the minute on all recent developments.”
James H. Carter, Chairman of the Board, American Arbitration Association
“An excellent work by one of the world's leading arbitration authorities and practitioners. This comprehensive review of international arbitration is bound to become essential reading for students and practitioners alike, especially for anyone drafting arbitration clauses.”
Roberto Dañino, Secretary General of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
“Many books are devoted to the subject of international arbitration, but this is one of the few which stand out as particularly valuable due to its thoroughness, clarity, and reliability. … Mr Born’s excellent second edition is more than welcome.”
Jan Paulsson, President, London Court of International Arbitration
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