Stockholm International Arbitration Review (SIAR)
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The Stockholm International Arbitration Review (SIAR) is an independent law journal published in close cooperation with the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC). SIAR fulfils an important purpose of profiling and analyzing developments affecting arbitration law in Sweden and internationally, to providing a forum for publishing court cases affecting arbitration, and for publishing SCC arbitration awards and encouraging discussion.
The SIAR format is unique in that unlike other legal journals it not only publishes articles. Typically, SIAR has two to three articles in each issue, usually offering topics of international interest often written by leading authorities. Uniquely, SIAR offers in each issue published court decisions and arbitral awards which are of particular interest for the legal developments they explore. These decisions and awards are commented on by leading practitioners or academics, usually two differing perspectives for each decision or award. SIAR also contains a special investment section for court decisions, arbitral awards and other developments affecting this new but rapidly expanding discipline. It also has a book review and notes section.
The SIAR has adopted the policy that it will publish the names of counsel and arbitrators when reporting on arbitral awards and court decisions. The practice of publishing commentaries along with each award and court decision is unparalleled in legal publishing.
The SIAR previously existed as the Stockholm Arbitration Report (SAR), and as part of the effort to ensure its international character it was given its new title in 2005.
About the SCC:
The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), based in Stockholm, has been efficiently facilitating arbitral proceedings in international disputes since 1917. The current SCC Rules, adopted in 2007, are modern and up-to-date. The rules provide international businesses with an efficient arbitral procedure that can be used worldwide.
In 2009, a record 215 cases were filed with the SCC.
Stephen Bond is Senior of Counsel in Covington & Burling LLP’s London office. Formerly a co-head of the White & Case international arbitration practice group. He has served as counsel, co-counsel, chairman or co-arbitrator in numerous international arbitrations, principally under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, and also under those of the London Court of International Arbitration, the Stockholm Arbitration Institute, the Japanese Commercial Arbitration Association, the Vienna Centre and UNCITRAL.Mr. Bond has served in arbitrations focused predominantly on disputes in the oil and gas, international joint venture, construction, computer, sales and distribution fields and that involve the application of various civil and common law legal systems. He has also provided expert witness statements on international arbitration-related matters.
During his career, he has held a number of high profile positions that include Secretary General of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) from 1985-1991 and the U.S. Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration for the period 1994-1999. He was Vice Chairman of the ICC Working Group charged with drafting the 1998 ICC Rules of Arbitration.
Prior to joining White & Case in 1991 and in addition to his ICC experience, he served as Assistant Legal Adviser in the Office of the Legal Adviser of the Department of State and as Counselor for Legal Affairs in the United States Mission to the United Nations in Geneva, where he was accorded the State Department's Distinguished Honors Award.
David Ramsjö, Editorial Assistant, Trainee, SCC.
Mr. Timur D. Aitkulov, Clifford Chance, Moscow
Professor Frédéric Bachand, McGill University Faculty of Law, Montreal
Ms. Linn Bergman, SCC Arbitration Institute, Stockholm
Ms. Lisa Bingham, Hanotiau & van den Berg, Brussels
Mr. Oliver Caprasse, University of Liège and University of Brussels, Hanotiau & van den Berg, Liège and Brussels
Mr. Nils Eliasson, Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyra, Hongkong
Mr. John Fellas, Hughes,Hhubbard & Reed, New York
Mr. Grant Hanessian, Baker & McKenzie, New York
Mr. Jeffrey M. Hertzfeld, Salans, Paris
Mr. Devashish Krishan, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, New York
Ms. Olga Mouraviova, White & Case, Paris
Mr. Noah Rubins, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Paris
Professor Patricia Shaughnessy, Stockholm University, Faculty of Law, Stockholm
Mr. Michael Bühler, Jones Day, Paris
Professor Thomas E. Carbonneau, The Dickinson School of Law Pennsylvania State University, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Mr. Ulf Franke, Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Stockholm
Mr. Kaj Hobér, Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå Stockholm, Sweden
Ms. Marina Kaldina, Basic Element, Moscow, Russia
Ms. Aigoul Kenjebayeva, Salans, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan
Mr. Alexander S. Komarov, International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Federation, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Moscow, Russia
Professor Joseph Lookofsky, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law, Copenhagen, Denmark
Professor William W. Park, Boston University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
Mr. Hilmar Raeschke-Kessler, Rechtsanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof Ettlingen bei Karlsruhe, Germany
Professor Alan Scott Rau, University of Texas at Austin School of Law, Austin, Texas
Professor Michael Reisman, Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut
Mr. Wang Sheng Chang, Beijing, China