Born's International Arbitration Lectures

Born's International Arbitration Lectures

25 Seasons

- Comprehensive online course on international arbitration
- In-depth lectures by Gary Born, the preeminent authority on international commercial and investment arbitration
- Academic and rigorous
- Practical applications and advice

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Born's International Arbitration Lectures
  • 16.1
    23:42
    Episode 1

    16.1

    Episode 1

    This segment addresses the general principles of confidentiality in international arbitration and its regulation in the New York Convention, national arbitration legislation, and by arbitrators.

  • 16.2
    22:58
    Episode 2

    16.2

    Episode 2

    This segment addresses party autonomy regarding confidentiality under national arbitration legislation, confidentiality provisions, and implied confidentiality obligations.

  • 16.3
    22:59
    Episode 3

    16.3

    Episode 3

    This segment addresses the absence of implied confidentiality obligations, choice of law governing confidentiality, confidentiality under institutional arbitration rules, and confidentiality in investor-state arbitration.

  • 16.4
    24:40
    Episode 4

    16.4

    Episode 4

    This segment addresses confidentiality in investor-state arbitration, particularly transparency provisions under NAFTA, the ICSID Convention, ICSID tribunals’ decisions and the U.S. Model BIT.

  • 16.5
    18:26
    Episode 5

    16.5

    Episode 5

    This segment addresses confidentiality in investor-state arbitration, particularly the UNCITRAL Transparency rules, the Mauritius Convention, and Amicus Curiae submissions.

  • 16.6
    15:53
    Episode 6

    16.6

    Episode 6

    This segment addresses confidentiality in investor-state arbitration, particularly transparency and Amicus Curiae submissions, and future directions.