Twilight Issues in International Arbitration: Latent Choice of Law Challenges
Twilight Issues in International Arbitration brings together the most frequently recurring issues of arbitral practice and procedure that arbitral tribunals regularly confront. There are many issues of arbitral practice that remain largely unaddressed, or poorly addressed, in the sources to which tribunals and counsel conventionally turn for procedural guidance: the arbitration agreement, the lex arbitri, and rules of procedure. Such “twilight” issues under consideration are the ones for which a tribunal finds little guidance in the parties’ arbitration agreement, the arbitration law of the seat, or even the procedural rules the parties may have adopted.
Dispute Resolution and Arbitration | Law
Bermann, George A., "Twilight Issues in International Arbitration: Latent Choice of Law Challenges" (2023). Faculty Books. 368.