Rogers, C.A., “The World Is Not Enough” (December 29, 2017). Summary: If James Bond practiced as a lawyer, it would be an international arbitration. Don`t believe it? Remember how many international arbitrations would make great intrigues for a James Bond movie. With this initial premise, this essay uses the metaphor 007, combined with the cinematic drama of real arbitration. Syrrief, E., Rina, S.S., Augustina, F. (2016). Legal Approaches to Online Arbitration: Opportunities and Challenges in Indonesia. General Directorate of Higher Education of Indoneisa (Dikti), Kakarta. Kryvoi, Y., “ICSID Arbitration Reform: Mapping Concerns of Users and How to Address Them,” (November 8, 2018), British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL).
Summary: This document summarizes the main practical concerns of some members of the Investment Contracts Forum regarding ICN arbitration and how the ICN reform proposals address these concerns, and proposes improvements. The document also contains a comparison between the ICSID rules and the others. Tzeng, P., “Self-Appointment in International Arbitration” (July 2019), Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law, forthcoming. Summary: Decision-making authorities are often invited to appoint arbitrators to arbitration tribunals. Normally, the country`s appointing authority does not appoint itself to the court. However, arbitral rules generally do not prohibit self-recognition. In fact, placed in two arbitration proceedings. In addition, respondents from BANI and other arbitration bodies, some of whom were government officials, had also expressed their inability to participate in the study. To avoid this restriction, the present study relied heavily on the responses of the selected arbitrators and academics, who were also promised a high degree of confidentiality. This is how the researcher managed to overcome the constraints by appropriate measures and techniques. In addition, the Indonesian Arbitration Act considers, in contractual agreements for partnerships or joint ventures in the commercial or commercial context, an arbitration clause independent of the main contract. Therefore, in the event of ineffectiveness of the main contract, the arbitration clause should not be invalidated.
In other words, as soon as the judgment of the arbitration is rendered, it is considered that the parties have waived their right to appeal or challenge the judgment in a court and must agree to the arbitration. For this purpose, the Indonesian Arbitration Act grants autonomy to the arbitration agreement, which stipulates that an arbitration agreement cannot be revoked upon termination of the main agreement (Kazutake, 2005); Chaghooshi, 2013). . . .