The Arbitrator’s Mandate To Facilitate Settlement

Download Full Article Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 3 Suggested Citation: Klaus Peter Berger & J. Ole Jensen, The Arbitrator’s Mandate To Facilitate Settlement, 40 Fordham Int’l L.J. 887 (2017).

Divergent Paths: Settlement In US Litigation And International Arbitration

This Article first reviews the rise in settlement efforts among US judges over the past few decades and considers some of the methods deployed by US judges to promote settlement. The Article then considers why international arbitration cases tend to settle less often Read More …

Singapore and Hong Kong: International Arbitration Meets Third Party Funding

Download Full Article Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 40, Number 3 Suggested Citation: Oliver Gayner & Susanna Khouri, Singapore and Hong Kong: International Arbitration Meets Third Party Funding, 40 Fordham Int’l L.J. 1033 (2017).

Bridging the Cultural Gap in International Arbitrations Arising from FCPA Investigations

Download Full Essay   Full Article Available in: Fordham International Law Journal Volume 39, Number 1   Suggested Citation: Daniel Schimmel, Anthony Mirenda, & Shrutih Tewarie, Bridging the Cultural Gap in International Arbitrations Arising from FCPA Investigations, 39 Fordham Int’l Read More …

An Empirical Survey of International Commercial Arbitration Cases in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, 1970-2014

This Article identifies and organizes the circumstances in which national courts play a role in international commercial arbitrations— border crossings. It then records and analyzes empirical data of these border crossings in cases filed in a key national court for international arbitration-related litigation: the Read More …