2 Contemp. Asia Arb. J. i (2009)

handle is hein.journals/caaj2 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 2     MAY 2009      NUMBER 1
CONTEMPORARY
AsIA ARBITRATION
JOURNAL
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
1  ADR in Japan: Does the New Law Liberalize ADR from Historical
Shackles or Legalize It?
AYA YAMADA
25 How Far Can Arbitration Practice as an Alternative Dispute Resolution
Within the WTO Go? A Perspective on Intellectual Property Dispute
TsAI-YU LIN
49 Parallel Proceedings and International Commercial Arbitration: The
International Law Association's Recommendations for Arbitrators
WINNIE (JO-MEI) MA
83 Is the Prodigal Child Coming Home? U.S. Courts, Interim Measures, and
the New York Convention
JARROD WONG
101 Online Alternative Dispute Resolution and Transparency
BASHAR H. MALKAWI
117 Exploring a Recent Judicial Dilemma on Recognition and Enforcement
of People's Republic of China Arbitral Awards in Taiwan (Republic of
China)
PEI-KAN YANG
STUDENT NOTE
149 Determining   Appropriate  Procedural  Rules  of  International
Commercial Arbitration and Its Relationship with the Law Governing
Arbitral Procedure: In the Perspective of Enforcement Under the New
York Convention
WEI-JEN CHEN

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