This program is the third in a multiple part curriculum on international commercial arbitration. In contrast to the first two parts of the curriculum—the first concerning which threshold issues can be addressed by courts at the outset of the process and the second concerning the arbitral process itself—this third part focuses on the end of the process: the arbitral award and judicial control over it.
While self-contained finality is one of the (yet unrealized) goals of international arbitration, the reality is that national courts have a certain degree of control over international arbitral awards. There are essentially four contexts in which national courts may review an international arbitral award:
In this course, Mr. Anway discusses the major aspects of judicial control over international arbitral awards, including:
Mr. Anway discusses each of these topics in detail, providing an in-depth discussion of the New York Convention and the worldwide system of enforcement that it provides for international arbitral awards.
I. Understand worldwide system of enforcement provided by the New York Convention and why it allows arbitral awards to “travel” better than court judgments
II. Become familiar with the grounds on which arbitral awards can be set-aside/vacated or refused recognition and enforcement
III. Grasp the standards of review to be applied in national court actions regarding foreign arbitral awards
IV. Know the procedural tools for dealing with parallel court proceedings concerning an international arbitral award
V. Learn the basic procedure and legal effects of a merger of a foreign arbitral award into a local court judgment
good three part program
This course was very well presented. I enjoyed all three parts.
Another excellent seminar.
best ive seen on lawline
as I have said before for other lectures, he sets the standard. He is excellent.
Prof. Anway uses a law-school-like case study and analysis approach to the subject he presents, and he is very good at it.
Nice explanation of the difference in each jurisdiction and why.
great content and presentation
this is a very important topic, and the speaker really knows his stuff
All 3 of these courses were very good.
Speaker does a very good job.
This is probably the best Lawline class I have taken so far.
Excellent clear presentation. Thank you.
Enjoyed this overview of international arbitration. I was involved in an international arbitration years ago and this was a good refresher.
Excellent. Mr. Anway did not "hold-back" as many practioners seem to do. And, he did not try to cover too much, so that the topic was completely covered. Thank you. I will now listen to alll of his ohter courses even though I have completed my CLE requ
The entire three part series is excellent. Highly recommended.