Arbitration of International Mining Disputes Law and Practice

Arbitration of International Mining Disputes Law and Practice

International mining disputes represent an important and growing area of natural resource disputes, but the unique risks inherent in the mining industry distinguish them both in the nature of the disputes and in the approach taken to resolve them. International arbitration has become the mechanism of choice for resolving these disputes. This has led to a plethora of arbitral awards, from which certain principles specific to the mining sector have developed. This book is the first of its kind to bring together an in-depth analysis of arbitration decisions and insightful commentary on dispute resolution and the mining sector to provide a comprehensive guide to arbitration in the mining sector. The first part presents the different links involved in international mining projects; The second part explains the main risks and challenges associated with mining projects and how they lead to different types of disputes. Part III provides practical advice to parties and lawyers involved in international mining disputes, including an in-depth analysis of the confidentiality issues that so often arise in international mining disputes, as well as the conditions and strategies for resolving such disputes; and Part IV discusses the substantive principles that apply to international trade and mining disputes between investors and States. Henry Burnett is a partner in King & Spalding`s New York office. With over 20 years of experience in litigation and arbitration, he focuses on international commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration. His experience in international dispute settlement includes arbitration under the rules of the CIDR, ICC, JAMS International, UNCITRAL and THE PRC, as well as investor-state arbitration related to claims under ICSID, bilateral investment treaties, the Energy Charter Treaty, multilateral investment instruments and local investment laws.

He has been recognized by The International Who`s Who of Oil & Gas Lawyers and The International Who`s Who of Energy Lawyers. Louis-Alexis Bret is a partner in the Paris office of Three Crowns LLP. He has extensive experience as an advisor in commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration, primarily in the energy and mining sectors. He advises resource companies on their overseas investments and writes frequently on international litigation in the energy and mining fields, with a particular focus on mining and commercial disputes in the energy field. From 2013 to 2015, he was also director of the New York chapter of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators. International arbitration has become the mechanism of choice for resolving these disputes. This has led to a plethora of arbitral awards, from which certain principles specific to the mining sector have developed. International mining disputes represent an important and growing area of natural resource disputes, but the unique risks inherent in the mining industry distinguish them both in the nature of the disputes and in the approach taken to resolve them. “International Mining Dispute Arbitration – Law and Practice provides a valid and robust treatment of arbitration as a means of resolving international mining disputes. The book has a practical approach and purpose and would certainly benefit parties and lawyers involved in mining disputes. Reading it is particularly recommended for those who have already been introduced to international commercial arbitration and investment law and who have a grip on the mining industry and want to refine their knowledge.

Readers will appreciate the amount of information and case law that is treated comprehensively and with expositive clarity; Case tables and legislation complement the work and help to easily navigate the book. . The book quickly established itself as a point of reference for practitioners of international mining law. – Piergiuseppe Pusceddu, International Energy Law Review This book is the first of its kind to summarize an in-depth analysis of arbitration decisions and insightful commentary on dispute resolution and the mining sector to provide a comprehensive guide to arbitration in the mining sector. Henry G. Burnett, Partner, King & Spalding LLP, USA, and Louis-Alexis Bret, Partner, Three Crowns LLP, France. This title is available as an e-book. To purchase, visit your favorite e-book provider. ÐμÑ ÑлÐμкÑÑÐ3/4Ð1/2Ð3/4й вÐμÑÑÐ ̧Ð ̧ Ð Ð1/2Ð 1/4 кÑпÐ1/2ÐμйÑÐμÐ1/4 в Ð1/4Ð ̧ÑÐμ Ð1/4агагаз ̧Ð1/2Ðμ пÑÐμÐ ́ÑÑавлÐμÐ1/2ÑлÐμкÑÐ3/4Ð1/2Ð1/2ÑÐμ кÐ1/2Ð ̧гР̧, кÐ3/4ÑÐ3/4ÑÐμ Ð1/4Ð3/4жÐ1/2Ð3/4 ÑÐ ̧ÑаÑÑ Ñ Ð Ð Ð±Ñа Ñз ÐμÑÐμ, Ð1/2а паÐ1/2ÑÐμÑÐ1/2Ð3/4Ð1/4 ÐÐ,ÑÐμлÐμÑÐ3/4Ð1/2Ðμ ̧Ð`̧ ÑпÐμÑÐ ̧лÑÐ1/2Ð3/4Ð1/4 ÑÑÐ3/4йÑвÐμ.

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