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ABSTRACT: The 1958 New York Convention authorizes the courts to refuse recognition and enforcement of foreign and "non-domestic" arbitral awards in case of violation of the public policy of that country. However, there being at least five identifiable levels of public policy (domestic,...
ABSTRACT: Professor Gary Born proposed the adoption of a Bilateral Arbitration Treaty ("BAT") during the final speech of the 2012 Kiev Arbitration Days entitled "BITs, BATs and Buts". The idea postulates that the concept of Bilateral Investment Treaty applied to international commercial...
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