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The chapters of this treatise provide an in-depth introduction to the laws and institutions involved with commercial arbitration in each of Asia's leading trading nations. The authors of the work describe and analyze in detail the dramatic changes that have occurred throughout Asia during the last few years in the domestic legal environments for international arbitration. It includes chapters on commercial arbitration and dispute resolution in the eleven leading trading nations and jurisdictions of Asia: China Hong Kong Indonesia Japan Korea Malaysia Philippines Singapore Taiwan Thailand Vietnam
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Philip J. McConnaughay is Dean and Professor of Law at the Penn State University School of Law and Former Professor of Law at the University of Illinois College of Law in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. Dean McConnaughay joined the College of Law faculty at Illinois in1996 following seventeen years of international practice with Morrison & Foerster LLP, including almost ten years as a resident Partner in Morrison & Foerster's Tokyo and Hong Kong offices. He has represented parties from throughout the world in major international arbitrations in China, Japan, Southeast Asia, and the United States, including representing Fujitsu Limited in the celebrated IBM/Fujitsu Arbitration. Dean McConnaughay has served as a foreign advisor to arbitration law reform efforts in Indonesia, he has lectured on international arbitration and economic development in China, Vietnam, Japan, and elsewhere in Asia, Europe, and North America. Thomas B. Ginsburg is Professor of Law at the University of Illinois College of Law in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. Previously he has served as a Legal Assistant at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal in the Hague, as a lecturer at Kyushu University Faculty of Law in Fukuoka, Japan, and as a program officer with The Asia Foundation in San Francisco and Asia. He has authored numerous articles on comparative law, arbitration, and East Asia, and has spoken at many universities in Europe and Asia.Review:
"The authors of the articles for the countries covered in this book are all well-known and respected arbitraiton practioners, and their articles are all informative, providing too, candid and local insights into the practice of international commercial arbitration in their respecitive jurisdictions." --Christopher Lau, Asian International Arbitration Journal, Volume 2, Number 2.
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