Part One: International Sales Law and International Commercial Law .
Chapter 1. Iura Novit Curia in International Commercial Arbitration:
How Much Justice Do You Want? C.P. Alberti.
Chapter 2. The TransLex Principles: An Online Research Tool for the Vis
Moot and International Arbitration; K.P. Berger.
Chapter 3. The ‘Gateway’ Problem in International Commercial
Arbitration; G.A. Bermann.
Chapter 4. The Influence of the English Language: A Gradual Acceptance
of Anglo-American Legal Culture in International Arbitration; S.H. Elsing.
Chapter 5. The Latest Developments in Commercial Arbitration in
Romania; G. Florescu, C. Florescu .
Chapter 6. Pathological Arbitration Clauses: Another Lawyers’ Nightmare
Come True; D. Girsberger, P.J. Ruch.
Chapter 7. Bringing Efficiency to the Awarding of Fees and Costs in
International Arbitrations; J. Gotanda.
Chapter 8. Competence-Competence and Separability: American Style;
J. Graves, L. Davydan.
Chapter 9. Adverse Inferences in International Arbitral Practice; S.
Greenberg, F. Lautenschlager.
Chapter 10. The UNCITRAL Notes on Organizing Arbitral Proceedings: Time
for an Update? P. Habegger, A. von Mühlendahl.
Chapter 11. Arbitration Is Only as Good as Its Arbitrators; Lord
Chapter 12. The Commercial Way to Justice; G. M. Beresford Hartwell
Chapter 13. The Judicialization of International Arbitration: Does the
Increasing Introduction of Litigation-Style Practices, Regulations, Norms and
Structures into International Arbitration Risk a Denial of Justice in
International Business Disputes? G.J. Horvath.
Chapter 14. Problems at Both Ends; N. Kaplan.
Chapter 15. Law, Para-Regulatory Texts and People in International
Arbitration: Predictability or Fureur Reglementaire? P.A. Karrer.
Chapter 16. The Evolving Role of an Appointing Authority; C. Kee
Chapter 17. The Arbitration Agreement in Enforcement Proceedings of
Foreign Awards; S. Kröll.
Chapter 18. Cross-Border Insolvency and Arbitration: Which Consequences
of Insolvency Proceedings Should Be Given Effect in Arbitration? V. Lazic.
Chapter 19. Arbitral Seats: Choices and Competition; L. Mistelis
Chapter 20. Are Unilateral Appointments Defensible? On Jan Paulsson’s
Moral Hazard in International Arbitration; A. Mourre.
Chapter 21. (In)appropriate Compromise: Article 16(3) of the Model Law
and Its Progeny; V. Pavic.
Chapter 22. Moral Damages in International Investment Arbitration;
I. Schwenzer .
Chapter 23. A Uniform, Three-step Approach to Interest Rates in
International Arbitration; M. Secomb.
Chapter 24. ‘(In)arbitrability and Exclusive Jurisdiction’: Parallels
that Matter; A. Uzelac.
Chapter 25. Can Proceeding ‘Not in Accordance with the Agreement of the
Parties’ Be Condoned? Remarks on Article V(1)(d) of the New York Convention;
Chapter 26 . Corruption in International Arbitration and Problems with
the Standard of Proof: Baseless Allegations or Prima Facie Evidence? S.
Wilske, T. Fox .
Part Two: International Commercial and Investment Arbitration.
Chapter 1 . The Principle of Debtor Protection under the UN Convention
on the Assignment of Receivables; O. Akselis .
Chapter 2. Consequences of Avoidance under the CISG; M. Dimsey.
Chapter 3. Declaration of PriceReduction under the CISG: Much Ado about
Nothing? M. Djordjevic.
Chapter 4. Excluding CISG Article 35(2) Quality Obligations: The
‘Default Rule’ View vs the ‘Cumulation’ View; H.
Chapter 5. Cover Purchase without Avoidance: Welcome when Worthwhile;
P. Huber, I. Bach.
Chapter 6. Surprising Terms in Standard Contracts under the CISG; R.
Chapter 7. The CISG: A Lex Amicorum; J. Morrissey.
Chapter 8. Avoidance for Non-Conformity of Goods under Art. 49(1)(a)
CISG; M. Müller-Chen, L. Pair.
Chapter 9. Bergsten’s Mark on the Law’s International Reasonable
Person; E. Opie.
Chapter 10. The CISG ‘Secretariat Commentary’: Has It Stood the Test of
Time? V. Rogers, F. Mazzotta.
Part Three: Legal Education .
Chapter 1. Mr. Bergsten’s Neighborhood: The Vis Moot, Legal Education,
and Rule of Law; R.A. Brand.
Chapter 2. The Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot:
Reflections from an Arbitrator’s Perspective; H.R. Dundas.
Chapter 3. International Arbitration and Legal Education in the 21st
Century; M. Hunter, Z. Filipic.
Chapter 4. Pre-Moot Serves Regional Integration; J. Knieper.
Chapter 5. Three Perspectives on the Willem C. Vis International
Commercial Arbitration Moot; P. Shaughnessy, T. Lavelle, J. Robilotto.
Chapter 6. Making Progress: Eric Bergsten, the Vis Moot Advance and the
Enterprise of Universal Peace; M. Shulman.
Chapter 7 . From Competition to Symbiosis: Commercial Context and
Commercial Law, and their Importance in Legal Education; P. Perales
Viscasillas, D. Ramos.
Chapter 8. Problem Based Learning in Legal Education; J. Waincymer
Chapter 9 . The Development of a Unique Summer Internships Abroad
Program at Pace Law School 1995–Present; G. Westerman.