The Hague ; New York : Kluwer Law International, c2002.
Book — xx, 359 p. ; 24 cm.
List of Journal Abbreviations. Introduction-- T.T. van den Hout. Papers Presented at the Seminar. Moderator's Introduction-- K.-H. Bockstiegel. International Instruments in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law: The Need for a Mandatory Supranational Dispute Settlement Mechanism-- B.F. Havel. The Development of an Arbitration Policy in the Context of the Revised EUROCONTROL Convention-- R.D. van Dam. Arbitration in Aviation: The Ultimate Remedy?-- J. Balfour. Arbitration in Air Law Conflicts-- J. Naveau. Types of Awards and Issues of Enforcement: Some Reflections on the EUROCONTROL Revised Convention-- N.C. Ulmer. Enforcement of EUROCONTROL Awards: Are Honor (and Shame) Enough? D.B. King. The European Space Agency's Experience with Mechanisms for the Settlement of Disputes-- A. Farand. Experience of the European Space Agency with Dispute Settlement Mechanisms-- U.M. Bohlmann. The Various Approaches to Dispute Settlement Concerning International Telecommunications-- A.A.E. Noll. Pre-Arbitration Procedures and the EUROCONTROL Arbitration Mechanism-- P. Malanczuk. pre-Arbitration Procedures-- J.K. Schaefer. Expedited Procedures: A Review of the EUROCONTROL Arbitration Policy-- J.J. van Haersolte-van Hof. Are Specific Fast-Track Arbitration Rules Necessary? M. Philippe. Arbitration and the Need for Technical or Scientific Expertise-- G. Kaufmann-Kohler. Composition of Arbitral Tribunals: The Need for Experts-- H. van Eck. General Observations-- G. Guillaume. Closing Remarks-- K.-H. Bockstiegel. Summary in French/Resume. Annexes.
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This volume reproduces the papers presented at the Third International Law Seminar, held at the Peace Palace on February 23, 2001. This seminar, which was organized in co-operation with the European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL), addressed the topic of the role of dispute resolution mechanisms in the fields of air and space law and telecommunications activities. In this publication, experts examine the international instruments in air, space, and telecommunications law and the need for a mandatory supranational dispute settlement mechanism. The EUROCONTROL draft Arbitration Policy is dealt with in great depth by various authors, and the experiences of the European Space Agency and the International Telecommunications Union with respect to dispute settlement are also reviewed. More general issues of pre-arbitration procedures, expedited arbitration, enforcement, and the need for specialist expertise are also considered. This volume also features a French language summary of the seminar papers, and reproduces texts of the 1997 EUROCONTROL Revised Convention, the EUROCONTROL draft Arbitration Policy, and the Final Draft of the Revised Convention on the Settlement of Disputes Related to Space Activities. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9789041117731 20160528