With the 2010 edition, the Austrian Arbitration Yearbook, launched in 2007, has been re-christened as the
" Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration ".

Our new titIe better reflects the nature of the Yearbook as a truly international collection of articles trom arbitration practitioners and academics from all over the world, published by Austrian editors.

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration

The new Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2018 is out now!

The Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2018 is a collection of articles on international arbitration by leading practitioners.

The Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2018 is a collection of articles and essays on current issues and hot topics in commercial and investment arbitration by leading arbitration practitioners. The Yearbook covers a number of areas of both topical and enduring importance which are likely to be of relevance to academics, practitioners or persons who may become involved in arbitration in Austria or in any other place.

Some of the articles in the Yearbook analyze significant trends in international arbitration, like

  • the idea of a multilateral investment court,
  • the enforcement of settlement agreements,
  • transparency in international commercial arbitration and in arbitration institutions,
  • arbitration as a mean of private enforcement as well as
  • unilateral arbitration clauses.

It also includes the Vienna Repositioning Propositions, a proposal by many experts on how to reposition actors and actions in international arbitrations.

The Editors
Christian Klausegger, Peter Klein, Florian Kremslehner, Alexander Petsche, Nikolaus Pitkowitz, Irene Welser, Gerold Zeiler

The Authors
Dirk Buschle, Lucia Dulovicova, Philip Exenberger, Simon Gabriel, Johannes Gasser, Catrice Gayer, Shiva Ghahremani, Beata Gessel, Monika Hartung, Gefion Hauer, Duarte G. Henriques, Thomas Herbst, Laurent Hirsch, Katharina Kitzberger, Gregor A. Klammer, Nefeli Lamprou, Johannes Landbrecht, Niamh Leinwather, Brian Lin, Martin Magal, Natalie Morris-Sharma, Michael Nueber, Sonja Otenhajmer, Irina Paliashvili, Nada-Ina Pauer, Ulrike Paukner, Victoria Pernt, Nikolaus Pitkowitz, Karl Pörnbacher, Michele Potestà, Dietmar Prager, Iain Quirk, Lucia Raimanova, Tobias Schaffner, Markus Schifferl, Philipp Schwarz, Barbara Sesser, Anke Sessler, Alfred Siwy, Sherlin Tung, Bianca Vogt, Lukas Wedl, Kay-Jannes Wegner, Irene Welser, Valentina Wong

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Austrian Arbitration Yearbook

"... an excellent source for arbitration practitioners and business lawyers." (Hon.-Prof- Dr. Kurt Heller)

The Austrian Arbitration Yearbook is a collection of articles on domestic and international arbitration by leading practitioners.

The articles in the Yearbook analyze the implications of the most significant legislative changes in Austria and also compare these with other arbitral regimes elswhere in Europe arbitration in Austria or any other place.

The Austrian Arbitration Yearbook was published annually from 2007 to 2009.

The Editors:


Christian Klausegger, Binder Grösswang Rechtsanwälte
Peter Klein Petsch Frosch Klein Arturo Rechtsanwälte
Florian Kremslehner, Dorda Brugger Jordis Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Alexander Petsche, Baker & Mc Kenzie Diwok Hermann Petsche Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Nikolaus Pitkowitz, Graf & Pitkowitz Rechstanwälte GmbH
Irene Welser, CHSH Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten
Gerold Zeiler, zeiler.partners Rechtsanwälte GmbH

The Editors of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration are co-organizers of the Vienna Arbitration Days:

Vienna Arbitration Days is the leading arbitration conference in Austria. Following our successful 2017 event, we will again welcome participants from numerous jurisdictions around the globe for two days of discussion on leading topics in international arbitration. Use this opportunity to be updated on salient arbitration issues, for networking and for dancing at a traditional Viennese ball.

Click here for more information about the Vienna Arbitration Days.

The next Vienna Arbitration Days will take place from 19 January to 20 January 2018 in Vienna, Austria.