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The arbitrator and mediator | Resolution Institute

Journal | November 2012 | Available for purchase & free for members

Contents

Articles

  • International Arbitration: An Australian Perspective, Justice Lindsay Foster
  • Future Opportunities for Commercial Arbitration, Robert McClelland
  • Dispute Resolution Boards – A Better Way Forward?, Steven Goldstein
  • Mediating Native Title – In Whose Interests?, Hans Paul Bokelund
  • Litigate or Arbitrate: What Are The Procedural Differences?, Malcolm Holmes QC
  • Investor/State Arbitration: Challenges Facing Capital Importing Countries, Paul Obo Idornigie
  • Preventing Conflict, Manage Change, Increasing Productivity – The Fifth Dimension, Jim Cynglerr

Case notes

  • DampskibsselskabetNorden A/S v Beach Building & Civil Group Pty Ltd [2012] FCA 696, J.M. Healy
  • Michael Wilson & Partners Ltd v Nicholls & Ors (2011) 244 CLR 427; (2011) 86 ALJR 14; [2011] HCA 48, Albert Monichino SC and Alex Fawke
  • Built Environs Pty Ltd v Saunders International Ltd [2012] SASC 111, Albert Monichino SC
  • Cape Lambert Resources Ltd v MCC Australia Sanjin Mining Pty Ltd [2012] WASC 228 Contractual Interpretation: When does “may” mean “must” in a dispute resolution clause?, Tamara Watson
  • Bharat Aluminium Co v Kaiser Aluminium Technical Services Inc, Sanjay Basu and Kurt Stoyle

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