3 edition of Arbitration in air, space and telecommunications law found in the catalog.
Arbitration in air, space and telecommunications law
PCA International Law Seminar (3rd 2001 Feb. 23)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by the International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration.|
|Series||Permanent Court of Arbitration/Peace Palace papers ;, v. 3|
|Contributions||Permanent Court of Arbitration. International Bureau.|
|LC Classifications||KZD1141 .P38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002023572|
- 6 - The PCA’s Publications Department, in collaboration with Kluwer Law International, published in February the third volume of the PCA’s Peace Palace Papers series, Arbitration in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law. On December 6, the Administrative Council of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) adopted Optional Rules for Arbitration of Disputes Relating to Outer Space Activities. This procedure represents the first time a formal mechanism has been established to resolve space-related international disputes.
This book will be useful to policy makers, legislators, regulators, lawyers, law students, investors, operators, and consumers, as well as any person interested in the Nigerian telecommunications Author: Uchenna Jerome Orji. For a discussion of the status of the Canadian law on arbitration prior to , see L Kos-RABcEwicz-ZuBKowSlu, COMMERCIAL AND CIviL LAW ARBITRATION IN CAN-ADA (); R McLAREN & E. PALMR, THE LAw AND PRACTICE OF CO M&WCULL ARBI-TRATION (); Brierley, International Trade Arbitration: The Canadian Viewpoint,Author: Thomas E. Carbonneau.
Guide to International Arbitration 5 neutral dispute resolution (e.g., with international rules being applied by a multinational tribunal in a mutually acceptable venue). Confidentiality: Although the degree of confidentiality afforded by the arbitration law of different jurisdictions (absent express provision by the parties) varies, there. The first edition of O P Malhotra's The Law and Practice of Arbitration and Conciliation was published in and was gradually recognized as a definitive work in its field. There was no other book that dealt with arbitration and so comprehensively in the Indian market. This second edition exhaustively covers UNCITRAL's Model Law, with a Author: O.P. Malhotra, Indu Malhotra.
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In this publication, experts examine the international instruments in air, space, and telecommunications law and the need for a mandatory supranational dispute settlement mechanism. The EUROCONTROL draft Arbitration Policy is dealt with in great depth by various authors, and the experiences of the European Space Agency and the International.
ARBITRATION IN AIR, SPACE AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS LAW The European Space Agency's Experience with Mechanisms for the Settlement of Disputes Andre Farand Experience of the European Space Agency with Dispute Settlement Mechanisms Ulrike M.
Bohlmann The Various Approaches to Dispute Settlement Concerning International. Get this from a library. Arbitration in air, space and telecommunications law: enforcing regulatory measures: papers emanating from the Third PCA International Law Seminar, Febru [Permanent Court of Arbitration.
International Bureau.;]. Arbitration in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law: Enforcing Regulatory Measuresedited by INTERNATIONAL BUREAU OF THE PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION. Published byKluwer Law International, The Hague ( pp. + appendices 12 pp.). Hardback. Price 90 Euros.
ISBN Whenever authorities in the air and space law community have something to say, they are likely to say it in Air and Space Law, the preeminent journal of vital debate and information in this immensely important field. Crossing all international and cultural lines--and presenting government, commercial and theoretical perspectives Air and Space Law provides lawyers.
Find Arbitration in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law: Enforcing Regulatory Measures by International Bureau of the Permanent Court of Arbitration Staff at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell. Preface, Selected Abbreviations Introductory chapter A. The autonomy of air and space law B.
Treatment of subject matters Chapter 1. The origins of air and space law A. The origins Arbitration in air air law B. The origins of space law C. Interrelationships Chapter al sovereignty A.
Sovereignty in airspace B. Sovereignty in outer space C. Interrelationships Chapter 3. The Chair of the Space Law Practice Group, Milton “Skip” Smith, is one of sixteen space industry leaders and lawyers on the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Space Law.
Skip is an adjunct professor of space law at the University of Colorado Law School, has a Doctorate in space law, and has authored a number of leading.
Since my contacts and work with Ulf over the years have been dealing with many of the usual fields and subjects of international arbitration, commercial and investment arbitration, disputes between states and investors, publications and conferences, particularly of the ICCA, in this liber amicorum I will contribute some reflections regarding.
Space Law Law /G (2 cr hr) Space law and policy for intelligence gathering and weaponization, telecommunications, satellite launch, space tourism, and remote sensing. Application of five major international space treaties to regulation of modern space activities and arms control agreements.
[course long ASPL ] Prof. Ram Jakhu Faculty of Law, McGill University Peel street, Rm () ; Email Description This course deals with the international legal aspects of various space applications. In particular, the course examines the international law related to satellite telecommunications (including satellite broadcasting) and the role therein of various.
space law. Thus, as air transport, space activities, and telecommunications emerge as ever growing fields of international business, there is an evident need not only for a substantive legal framework, but also for an effective dispute settlement framework to.
'The Specific Risks Associated with Collisions in Outer Space and the Return to Earth of Space Objects – the Legal Perspective', Thomas Beer, Issue 2, pp. 42–50 Buy 'Analysing the Merits of the Proposed Unidroit Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the Aircraft Equipment Protocol on the Basis of a Fictional Scenario.
ALDO ARMANDO COCCA, Diplomat, Official. Ambassador, Representative of Argentina, United Nations Commission on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space. First Prize from Faculty of Law, Buenos Aires, 45; Gold Medal of the National Academy of History, 47; Prize on Space Law from International Institute, Institution of Space Law, Athens, Institute, Institution of Space Law.
Associate Professor Peel Street Room Montreal, Quebec Canada H3A 1W9 [Office] Email Websites: McGill Institute of Air and Space Law; MILAMOS Download: Curriculum vitae & list of publications [.pdf] (updated March ) Video interview with Wall Street Journal on India's spacecraft programme (November ) Video interview with Wall Street.
The area of telecommunications law historically meant the administration and regulation of telecommunications (telegraph and telephone) and broadcasting (radio, television, and cable) under the control of the CRTC and its predecessor agencies.
Deregulation brought about immense changes, and since then the media themselves have changed and with them the. Nov - Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel, "Some Reflections on Dispute Settlement in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law" (contribution to Liber Amicorum for Ulf Franke) by Prof.
Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel (Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany). Richard Gardiner, Space Law - Changes and Expectations at the Turn to Commercial Space Activities by Professor Karl-Heinz but there may be some useful comparisons with air law which enjoyed an early rapid development under technological, military and commercial pressures somewhat similar to that of space law.
The International Author: Richard Gardiner. ARBITRATION - AN ENGLISH LAW PERSPECTIVE Audley Sheppard* INTRODUCTION. The application of mandatory rules has been described as one of the most difficult issues in international commercial arbitration.1 By "mandatory rule," I mean an imperative rule of law that cannot be excluded by agreement of the parties.
Air and Space Law provides a forum for practitioners and scholars who are dealing with the international legal aspects of air and space law. The focus is on the study and practice of relevant law, aviation policy, and the civil, commercial, administrative, and criminal aspects of air and space law developments.
An Air Force Academy graduate with a doctorate in air and space law, Skip is a former Air Force JAG who held several significant leadership positions during his Air Force career, including director of space law at Space Command and chief of air and space law for the Air Force.The present law applies to the national and international arbitration as defined.
CHAPTER II Article 3° Arbitration convention 1 – Any conflict may, by an arbitration convention, be submitted by the intervening parts, to the decision of arbiters. 2 – The arbitration convention mat have as object, an actual conflict, even if it is.Are Specific Fast-Track Arbitration Rules Necessary?", Permanent Court of Arbitration/Peace Palace Papers, The (Hrsg.), Arbitration in Air, Space and Telecommunications Law, Den Haag Jan