5 Disp. Resol. Int'l [i] (2011)

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Dispute Resolution International
Vol5Nol    ppl-122    May2011
The Limits of the Competence-Competence Doctrine in
United States Courts                                     5
C Ryan Reetz
Extraterritorial Application of United States Law After
Morrison v National Australia Bank                      21
Stephen R Smerek and Jason C Hamilton
After Morrison: The Case for a New Hague Convention on
the Law Applicable to Securities Frauds                 35
Emmanuel Gaillard
Commentary on the Revised Text of the 2010 IBA Rules on
the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration     45
1999 IA Working Party and 2010 IRA Rules of Evidence Review
When Bankruptcy and Arbitration Meet: A Look at Recent
ICC Practice                                            79
Sara Nadeau-S6guin
Arbitration and Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy of Arbitration?  103
Laurent L~vy
Cross-Border Insolvency and Arbitration: A Collision of
Spheres?                                               113
Richard Millett QC


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