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
  • 24.1
    23:59
    Episode 1

    24.1

    Episode 1

    This segment addresses the general principles and presumptive validity of international arbitral awards.

  • 24.2
    23:46
    Episode 2

    24.2

    Episode 2

    This segment addresses the presumptive validity and preclusive effects of international arbitral awards, particularly choice-of-law issues.

  • 24.3
    23:07
    Episode 3

    24.3

    Episode 3

    This segment addresses the presumptive validity and preclusive effects of international arbitral awards, and forums for annulment of international arbitral awards.

  • 24.4
    20:46
    Episode 4

    24.4

    Episode 4

    This segment addresses the forums and grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards.

  • 24.5
    20:44
    Episode 5

    24.5

    Episode 5

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the ground of no valid arbitration agreement, part 1 of 2.

  • 24.6
    24:16
    Episode 6

    24.6

    Episode 6

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the ground of no valid arbitration agreement, part 2 of 2.

  • 24.7
    23:35
    Episode 7

    24.7

    Episode 7

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of no valid arbitration agreement and excess of authority.

  • 24.8
    22:47
    Episode 8

    24.8

    Episode 8

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of excess of authority and lack of opportunity to present its case.

  • 24.9
    23:51
    Episode 9

    24.9

    Episode 9

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of lack of opportunity to present case and agreed arbitral procedures.

  • 24.10
    22:37
    Episode 10

    24.10

    Episode 10

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of agreed arbitral procedures and law of arbitral seat.

  • 24.11
    21:52
    Episode 11

    24.11

    Episode 11

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of the arbitrator’s lack of impartiality.

  • 24.12
    24:18
    Episode 12

    24.12

    Episode 12

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of arbitrator’s lack of impartiality and public policy.

  • 24.13
    24:12
    Episode 13

    24.13

    Episode 13

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of public policy, non-arbitrability, and fraud.

  • 24.14
    21:49
    Episode 14

    24.14

    Episode 14

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the grounds of fraud, and expansive annulment grounds.

  • 24.15
    25:33
    Episode 15

    24.15

    Episode 15

    This segment addresses the grounds for annulments of international arbitral awards, particularly the expansive annulment grounds and less expansive annulment grounds.

  • 24.16
    23:32
    Episode 16

    24.16

    Episode 16

    This segment addresses less expansive annulment grounds, agreements waiving the right to seek annulment of arbitral awards, agreements for heightened judicial scrutiny of arbitral awards, and future directions.

  • 25.1
    22:58
    Episode 17

    25.1

    Episode 17

    This segment addresses the general principles and jurisdictional requirements for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards, including the requirements of “arbitral award” and “arising out of differences.”

  • 25.2
    24:22
    Episode 18

    25.2

    Episode 18

    This segment addresses the jurisdictional requirements for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards, including the requirements of “commercial relationship” and “defined legal relationship” and “foreign and non-domestic award.”

  • 25.3
    24:53
    Episode 19

    25.3

    Episode 19

    This segment addresses the jurisdictional requirements for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards, particularly reciprocity.

  • 25.4
    25:14
    Episode 20

    25.4

    Episode 20

    This segment provides a summary of the jurisdictional requirements for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral awards, as well as proof of international arbitral awards under the New York Convention.

  • 25.5
    23:43
    Episode 21

    25.5

    Episode 21

    This segment addresses the proof of international arbitral awards under national arbitration legislation, as well as the presumptive validity of international arbitral awards under the New York Convention.

  • 25.6
    24:54
    Episode 22

    25.6

    Episode 22

    This segment addresses the presumptive validity of international arbitral awards under the New York Convention, national arbitration legislation, and the grounds for denying recognition and enforcement under Article V(1)(a), particularly the lack of a valid arbitration agreement.

  • 25.7
    23:48
    Episode 23

    25.7

    Episode 23

    This segment addresses the ground for denying recognition and enforcement under Article V(1)(a) due to the lack of a valid arbitration agreement, part 1 of 2.

  • 25.8
    24:25
    Episode 24

    25.8

    Episode 24

    This segment addresses the ground for denying recognition and enforcement under Article V(1)(a) due to the lack of a valid arbitration agreement, part 2 of 2.