International arbitration has become the preferred method for the resolution of international commercial disputes, yet the question still remains: What is the procedural law of international commercial arbitral proceedings and what is its relevance? This book comprehensively analyses the relevant legislative practice of all major arbitration venues in the world, as well as the arbitral practice of a number of arbitral institutions. Practitioners will welcome the book's examination of the fate of awards annulled in their state of origin, 'stateless' awards, the procedural regime of arbitrations involving sovereign states, and the human rights considerations in international arbitration.
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Author Biography - Georgios Petrochilos
Georgios Petrochilos was educated in Athens, Strasbourg, and Georgios Petrochiloshis doctorate from Oxford, where he also taught public and private international law. He currently practises in the fields of international arbitration and international law from the Paris office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.