Table of Contents:
  • Greeting from the Rector by Yehuda Elkana; Acknowledgments; Tibor Varady-Introduction by Editors; John J. Barcelo III. Expanded Judicial Review of Awards After Hall Street and in Comparative Perspective; David J. Bederman. Tibor Várady's Advocacy Before the International Court of Justice; Peter Behrens. From "Real Seat" to "Legal Seat": Germany's Private International Company Law Revolution; Laszlo Burian. 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 SuggestionRichard 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 Exequatur" and the Public Policy Barrier; Laszlo Kecskes. European Union Legislation and Private International Law: A View from Hungary.
  • Janos Kis: Constitutional Democracy: Outline of a DefenseFerenc Madl. 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 über Kulturgutstreitigkeiten; Lajos Vekas. 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 TribunalsBibliography of Tibor Varady; List of Authors.