Countries K - L - M - The Pechota Bibliography on Arbitration
About the Editors:
Hans Smit is the Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law at Columbia University School of Law. Professor Smit is acknowledged as an internationally renowned expert in the fields of International Law and Arbitration and has published numerous books and articles on International Arbitration and International Law and Procedure.
Thomas E. Carbonneau is the Samuel P. Orlando Distinguished Professor of Law at Penn State's Dickinson School of Law. Professor Carbonneau is commonly regarded as one of the world's leading experts on domestic and international arbitration. He is the editor-in-chief of two widely-read and well-regarded professional publications, the World Arbitration and Mediation Report and the Journal of American Arbitration, and serves on the editorial board of La Revue de L'Arbitrage.
Loukas Mistelis is the Clive M. Schmitthoff Professor of Transnational Commercial Law and Arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, where he is Director of Studies of the School of International Arbitration. He is also Adjunct Professor of Law at Pace University, School of Law. He teaches at the University of London LLM programme.
Originally from Pechota Bibliography on Arbitration - 2nd Edition
COUNTRIES K - L - M
Baró Huelmo (Clàudia), Is Kazakhstan a State Successor to the USSR? A Perspective from Investment Treaty Arbitration, ASA Bulletin Vol. 36 No. 2, pp. 295-313 (Kluwer Law International 2018)
Bazin, J.G., Zur Anerkennung und Vollstreckung ausländischer gerichtlicher und schiedsgerichtlicher Entscheidungen in Kasachstan, 2 Wirtschaft & Recht in Osteuropa 338 (1993)
Greshnikov (Peter) & (Igor) Greshnikov, Arbitration in Kazakhstan: Recent Developments, 2002 Stockholm Arb. Rep. 33 (No. 2)
Hobér (Kaj I.), Ownership of the Oil and Gas Resources in the Caspian Sea: Problems and Solutions – International Arbitration and Contractual Clauses, 2004 Stockholm Arb. Rep. 1 (No. 1)
Jones (Flora), Caratube International Oil Company LLP and Mr. Devincci Salah Hourani v. Republic of Kazakhstan, ICSID Case No. ARB/13/13, Journal of Damages in International Arbitration, Vol. 5 No. 1 pp. 197-204 (Huntington: Juris Publishing 2018)
Maggs (Peter B.), Developments in Arbitration Law in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan, 7 Int’l Arb. Rep. 16 (No. 11, 1992)
Masters (Curtis B.) & (Natalia) Bulekhbayeva, Arbitration of Disputes Involving Foreign Investors in Kazakhstan: Recent Erosion of Investors’ Rights, 10 BNA’s Eastern Europe Rep. 76 (2000)
Masters (Curtis B.) & (Natalia) Bulekhbayeva, Arbitration of Foreign Investment Disputes in Kazakhstan: Theory v. Practice of ‘Conflict Resolution’, Enforcement of Awards, 10 Russia/Central Europe Executive Guide 2 (No. 4, 2000)
Suleimenov (Maidan K.), Treteiski Sud (Commercial Arbitration Court) in Kazakhstan: Problems of Legal Regulation and Threats to Arbitration as a Means to Settle Commercial Disputes, 2002 Stockholm Arb. Rep. 25 (No. 2)
Wietzorek (Michael) Decisions from Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan related to Arbitration Proceedings Held in Switzerland, ASA Bulletin, Volume 31, Issue 3 (Kluwer Law International 2013)
Amoussou Guenou (Roland), International Commercial Arbitration in Subsaharan Africa: Law and Practice, 7 ICC Int’l Court Arb. Bull. 59 (No. 1, 1996)
Asouzu (Amazu A.), The Arbitration Laws of Kenya, Zimbabwe and Uganda: Some Remarks on Remarkable Developments, 4(1) Model Arb. Q.L. Rep. 83 (2000)
Couldrey (Justice), Kenya, in Arbitration in Africa 51 (E. Cotran & A. Amissah, eds. 1996)