Until now, the resolution of international commercial and investment disputes has been dominated almost exclusively by international arbitration. But that is changing. Whilst they may be complementary mechanisms, international mediation and conciliation are now coming to the fore.
Katia Fach Gómez, University of Zaragoza
Catharine Titi, CNRS-CERSA, University Paris II Panthéon-Assas
Hal Abramson, Touro Law Center (New York) - New Singapore Convention on Cross-Border Mediated Settlements: Key Choices
Charles H. Brower II, Wayne State University Law School - Selection of Mediators
Chester Brown, University of Sydney - The Confidentiality and Transparency Debate in Commercial and Investment Mediation
Jack J. Coe, Jr, Pepperdine Law School - Concurrent Co-Mediation: Toward a More Collaborative Centre of Gravity in Investor–State Dispute Resolution
Frauke Nitschke, ICSID - The ICSID Conciliation Rules in Practice