Nforcing Arbitration Agreements and Awards for non-signatories in International Commercial Arbitration Law
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL arbitration related to non-signatories, parent versus subsidiary companies and including corporate veil, agency, group of companies doctrine and reliance theory.
It is 7500 words INCLUDING footnotes but not including bibliography
How non-signatories may involve themselves (or in other cases avoid involvement) in arbitration agreements and awards. International cases must be used. If arbitration seat is in England, it is preferable.
Book use: Redfern and hunter on international arbitration”
journals that may help:
Challenges in International Arbitration for Non-Signatories
Court Rules/ Arbitration Can be Compelled by Non-Signatories A« Mediation Matters
Joining non-signatories to an arbitrationrecent developments
New York Court Affirms Nonsignatory Arbitration Rights and Fee Awards Under New York Law | International Arbitration Law
NON-SIGNATORIES AND INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTSAN ARBITRATORaS DILEMMA
PLC District Court denies non-signatorys motion to compel arbitration
The Legal 500 > Portugal > Legal developments > Barrocas Sarmento Neves > Non-Signatory Parties to Multi-Party ICC ArbitrationsGroup of Companies Doctrine in International Commercial Arbitration: Is There any Reason for this Doctrine to Exist, The [article]
Journal of International Arbitration, Vol. 26, Issue 5 (October 2009), pp. 647-674
Ferrario, Pietro Binding Non-Signatories to International Arbitration Agreements: Raising Fundamental Concerns in the United States and Abroad [article]
Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business, Vol. 8, Issue 4 (Fall 2009), pp. 581-594
Joining Non-Singatories to an Arbitration: Recent Developments [article]
In-House Perspective , Vol. 3, Issue 3 (August 2007), pp. 17-24
Bamforth, RichardEnforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards against Non-Signatories: A Plea for Strict Scrutiny [article]
Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol. 16, Issue 2 (2008), pp. 177-196
Pulle, Austin I.Nonsignatories in Arbitration: A Good Faith Analysis [comments]
Lewis & Clark Law Review, Vol. 14, Issue 3 (Fall 2010), pp. 953-988
Thomas, Aubrey L.
Third Party Non-Signatorys Ability to Compel International Commercial Arbitration: Doing Justice without Destroying Consent, The [article]
Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2004), pp. 469-588
Hosking, James M.