The Guide to Mining Arbitrations, 2nd Edition

The Guide to Mining Arbitrations, 2nd Edition

Pages: 250

ISBN: 978-1-83862-578-8

  • $313.00

Mining is booming – and with it mining disputes. The Guide to Mining Arbitrations fills a gap in the literature on those disputes. It offers practical know-how in three parts: the risks and issues mining companies confront; the substantive principles at work; and the regional variations that must be taken into account – written by some of the leading names in mining arbitration.



  1. Introduction, Jason Fry QC and Louis-Alexis Bret

Part I: Key Issues in Mining Arbitration

  1. Overcoming Challenges to Stabilisation Provisions in Long-Term Mining Agreements, Sam Luttrell and Amanda Murphy
  2. Arbitration of Social Disputes in Connection with Mining Projects, Henry G (Harry) Burnett and Fernando Rodríguez-Cortina
  3. The Rise of Environmental Counterclaims in Mining Arbitration, Yasmine Lahlou and Rainbow Willard
  4. Valuation of Non-Producing Mineral Properties, Damien Nyer and Xuefeng Wu
  5. Arbitration under Long-Term Mining Offtake Contracts and Royalty Arrangements, Simon Greenberg and Karolina Rozycka

Part II: Applicable Substantive Principles

  1. Australian Reflections on International Mining Arbitration, Kanaga Dharmananda SC, Timothy Paul O’Leary and Marshall Timothy McKenna
  2. The Contribution of Canadian Law to International Mining Arbitration, Eric Bédard and Dina Prokić
  3. Human Rights and International Mining Disputes, Anna Kirkpatrick
  4. The Role of Experts in Mining Arbitration, Chris Milburn and Edward Tobis

Part III: Regional Issues in Mining Arbitration

  1. Mining Arbitration in Africa, Philippe Hameau, Janice Feigher, Marc Robert and Chloé Deydier
  2. Mining Arbitration in the Asia-Pacific, Aloysius Llamzon and William Panlilio
  3. Mining Arbitration in Central Asia, Sabrina Aïnouz, Jérôme Lehucher and Victor Datry


  1. Conclusion, Jason Fry QC and Louis-Alexis Bret

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