The day-to-day business of international trade is primarily an undertaking between two private businesses based on a contract drafted and negotiated between the two parties for performance by them with occasional third-party assistance. It is this down-to-earth point of view that has caused this incomparable one-volume work to be treasured by business people and their counsel through four previous editions.
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Table of ContentsPreface and Acknowledgments—Fourth Edition. Part One: Negotiating and
Drafting Commercial Agreements. 1. Introduction. 2. Sources of the
Law of International Commercial Agreements. 3. Planning International
Commercial Agreements. 4. Drafting International Commercial Agreements.
5. Negotiating International Commercial Agreements. 6.
International Electronic Commerce. 7. International Intellectual
Property and Licensing Agreements. Part Two: Resolving International
Commercial Disputes. 8. The Less Drastic Forms of International Commercial
Dispute Resolution. 9. International Commercial Arbitration: Commencing
Arbitration, Arbitration Hearings and the Arbitral Award. 10.
International Commercial Arbitration in the Courts. 11. International
Commercial Arbitration: Special Regional Considerations. 12.
Litigation. 13. Electronic Commercial Dispute Resolution. 14.
Future Trends in International Commercial Agreements and International
Commercial Dispute Resolution.