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This yearbook series addresses recent trends in international dispute resolution. Besides the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated hype in digitalization, Volume VII includes developments in various specific fields including investment, competition, and environmental matters. Eighteen scholars and practitioners from around the globe have contributed their cutting-edge analyses in order to commemorate and honor the late Professor Emeritus Hans DOLINAR, an exemplary mentor and expert of international arbitration and ADR.
Herausgeber*innen: Marianne Roth / Michael Geistlinger Autor*innen: Mag. iur. Sarah Abel, LL.M. Has been working as a lawyer for the renowned Salzburg law firm Zumtobel Kronberger Rechtsanwälte OG since 2015. She completed her legal studies at the Paris Lodron University of Salzburg in 2003. In 2019, she completed the university course Banking and Capital Market Law, LL.M., at the Danube University Krems. Federico Antich Is a law graduate of the University of Firenze. He refined his studies in the US (UC Davis, UC Berkeley, Harvard Law School) and the UK (King's College) and holds an LL.M. in US and Global Business Law from Suffolk University Law School. He is an attorney at law practicing in Italy admitted before the Supreme Court. As a professional mediator, registered with domestic and foreign mediation bodies, since 1999 he mediated more than 5,000 cases. Mr. Antich is an ADR trainer, has lectured in several universities and is the author of many scholarly papers on civil, commercial, environmental law, mediation and dispute resolution issues. He is the President of the Italian Chapter of the Mediation Centre of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and a member of IBLC, CILS, IBA (Senior Vice Chair, Mediation Committee), CEDR (SOLVE), ClArb and a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators (IAM). Mag. iur. Elmar Buchstätter Is a graduate from the Johannes Kepler University Linz, where he completed a law degree (Mag. iur.) with a supplement in environmental law. He also holds a technical degree from the Montan University Leoben and has years of professional experience in the recycling industry. Since March 2019, Elmar Buchstätter is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the department of private law/civil procedure, Paris Lodron University Salzburg. He teaches international commercial arbitration and prepares students for participation in the Willem C. Vis Moot. Prakhar Chauhan Is an assistant professor at the Jindal Global Law School. He specializes in international commercial arbitration and construction arbitration. He has represented many private clients and the Union of India in international and domestic arbitrations. He has also advised clients on various policy issues. He regularly judges national and international moots on arbitrations in regional and global oral rounds. He has recently submitted a manuscript (co-authored) for publication on third party funding. His research interest lies in the intersection of arbitration with other disciplines. Dr. jur. Renate Dendorfer-Ditges, LL.M. (Illinois), M.B.A. (Maastricht) Is partner at DITGES Partnerschaft mbB, Bonn, and co-operation partner of HEUSSEN Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Munich. She is admitted to the German and New York bars and also qualified as a certified mediator. Her expertise covers national and international commercial law as well as all areas of dispute resolution, especially arbitration and mediation. She is also working as a professor of law at the DHBW Ravensburg and as an honorary professor at the EBS University for Economics and Law in Wiesbaden. Dr. Dendorfer-Ditges is member of the Global Mediation Panel of the United Nations Funds and Programmes since 2020. She has been awarded as best lawyer for international arbitration (Handelsblatt) and as leading mediator for Germany by Who's Who Legal 2021 and in former years. Alexander Enzesberger Is currently studying law at the University of Salzburg. Three years ago, his interest in artificial intelligence, in particular AI in law, started when working with Hannes Enzesberger, at that time researching in the field of AI at Siemens Corporate Technology (CT), P