Post-Hearing Issues In International Arbitration - Chapter 7 - The Rise in Judicial Hostility to Arbitration: Revisiting Hall Street Associates

Thomas E. Carbonneau
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32 pages
September, 2013
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Thomas E. Carbonneau is the Orlando Distinguished Professor of Law at Penn State University. In conjunction with the Chair, he is the Faculty Director of the Institute of Arbitration Law and Practice at Penn State and the Director of the law school's summer program in arbitration at McGill Law Faculty in Montreal. Professor Carbonneau has written a number of books, including volume 31 of Moore's Federal Practice (3d ed.) on Federal Arbitration Law, Cases and Materials on Arbitration Law and Practice (6th ed.), Arbitration in a Nutshell (3d ed.), and The Law and Practice of Arbitration (4th ed.). In addition to a variety of book chapters, he has written more than 75 law journal articles, including a recent assessment, entitled "The Assault on Judicial Deference," published in the American Review of International Arbitration. He is the founding faculty advisor to the Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation at Penn State Law.