Supplemental Damages in Private International Law guides the reader through complex damages issues and their treatment around the globe. This is the first contemporary book to examine exclusively and comprehensively issues and problems presented in determining compensatory interest, moratory interest, damages in foreign currency, attorneys' fees and costs, and punitive damages in foreign currency. Helpful features enhance the practicality of this work and include numerous citations to:relevant, hard-to-find sources of authority; comparative studies of the law in Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia on the relevant damages issues in each chapter; chapter-by-chapter examination of the sources of authority available for consultation by tribunals resolving supplemental damages claims, including parties' agreement, national laws, treaties and conventions, arbitral rules, trade usage, general principles of law, principles of equity and fairness, scholarly writings, and the decisions of other tribunals; and a detailed index to facilitate retrieval of on-point information.Attorneys, arbitrators, judges, and scholars will value this work as a time-saving, one-stop resource on how different legal systems address damages issues. Readers will gain a deeper understanding of the role of supplemental damages in their own legal systems and the ability to deal more effectively with such issues in the international arena. The author's detailed research and the clear, concise way he presents his thorough analysis of complicated issues makes this a particularly reliable reference tool.