This title includes scholarly legal texts dedicated to Tibor Varady, in honor of his seventieth birthday. While focusing on international private law and international arbitration, the essays also address the questions of constitutional law and legal philosophy. State-of-the-art contributions, covering a wide scope from the practical analysis of American arbitration policy and the position of the USA vis-a-vis international law, through the latest developments in German legal practice, to theoretical issues of jurisdiction. Especially rich is the volume in exploring the legal dimension of the European integration process. Tibor Varady is Professor at the Legal Studies Department of the Central European University in Budapest, and Chairman of the International Business Law Program. Member of the Hague Permanent Court of Arbitration, Varady served as Minister of Justice of Serbia in 1992-1993.
Peter Hay is Lamar Professor of Law, Emory University (USA); Honorarprofessor, Universitat Freiburg (Germany); Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois (USA) and at the Technische Universitat Dresden (Germany); Recurring Visiting Professor of Law at the Central European University, Budapest (Hungary) Lajos Vekas is Professor of Law, ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary Yehuda Elkana is Rector and President, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary Nenad Dimitrijevic is Associate Professor, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Greeting from the Rector Acknowledgments Tibor Varady-Introduction JOHN J. BARCELA": Expanded Judicial Review of Awards After Hall Street and in Comparative Perspective DAVID J. BEDERMAN: Tibor Varady's Advocacy Before the International Court of Justice PETER BEHRENS: From Real SeatA" to Legal SeatA": Germany's Private International Company Law Revolution L SZLA" BURI N: The Impact of Community Law on the Determination of the Personal Law of Companies RICHARD M. BUXBAUM: Public Law, Ordre Public and Arbitration: A Procedural Scenario and a Suggestion RICHARD D. FREER: Forging American Arbitration Policy: Judicial Interpretation of the Federal Arbitration Act GUY HAARSCHER: The Decline of Free Thinking ATTILA HARMATHY: Questions of Arbitration and the Case Law of the European Court of Justice PETER HAY: Recognition of a Recognition Judgment Within the European Union: Double ExequaturA" and the Public Policy Barrier L SZLA" KECSKAeS: European Union Legislation and Private International Law: A View from Hungary J NOS KIS: Constitutional Democracy: Outline of a Defense FERENC M DL: The European Dream and its Evolution in the Architecture of the Treaties of Integration VLADIMIR PAVIC: 'Non-Signatories' and the Long Arm of Arbitral Jurisdiction HANS-ERIC RASMUSSEN-BONNE: The Pendulum Swings Back: The Cooperative Approach of German Courts to International Service of Process KURT SIEHR: Internationale Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit uber Kulturgutstreitigkeiten LAJOS VAeK S: About the Rome II Regulation: The European Unification of the Conflict Rules to Torts JOHAN D. VAN DER VYVER: The United States and the Jurisprudence of International Tribunals Bibliography of Tibor Varady List of Authors