Vol. 25 2014 Issue Nos. 3-4

REFLECTIONS ON THE STATE AND FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION: CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES, PROPOSALS
Thomas J. Stipanowich

ARBITRATION IN EVOLUTION: CURRENT PRACTICES AND PERSPECTIVES OF EXPERIENCED COMMERCIAL ARBITRATORS
Thomas J. Stipanowich and Zachary P. Ulrich

ETHICS FOR ARBITRATORS AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL: WHO WRITES THE RULES OF THE GAME?
Megan K. Niedermeyer

A COMMON-LAW COURT IN AN UNCOMMON ENVIRONMENT: THE DIFC JUDICIARY AND GLOBAL COMMERCIAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Jayanth K. Krishnan and Priya Purohit

BITTER TIERS: BG GROUP AND THE FUTURE OF MULTI-TIERED INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN THE UNITED STATES
Stuart M. Boyarsky

THE ARBITRABILITY OF DISPUTES ARISING FROM INTRA-EU BITS
Giovanni Zarra

STANDARD AND BURDEN OF PROOF IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION: IS THERE A BRIGHT LINE RULE?
Abhinav Bhushan