Author(s): Cetinkaya Uyar, Aysel
Publisher: Peter Lang
Pub. Date: 2020
Arbitration of disputes arising from internal corporate affairs is an issue that has received an increasing significant attention in comparative law. The current lack of foreign language sources addressing Turkish arbitral practice led this dissertation to focus on the Turkish legal system. The arbitrability of corporate disputes remains a vague issue in Turkish law. Until a consensus exists between the legislative, doctrinal, and adjudicatory dimensions of the law, arbitrating those disputes may have risky sides. The book serves as a guide for corporate practitioners. It includes a detailed analysis of possible risks and pitfalls for parties submitting their disputes to arbitration. This risk analysis precedes a set of proposals to alleviate these inconveniences and grounds to support arbitrability claims.