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Vol 21 No 10 Oct/Nov 2016

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Pleading in Arbitration: A Practitioner's Guide 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780414038622
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780414018402
To be Published: December 2016
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback & CD-ROM
Price: £95.00 + £1.90 VAT



The aim of this title is to provide practitioners with a narrative guide which mirrors the various procedural stages of an arbitration process. This second edition has the advantage of viewing the process after a number of years of the Act being in force and to feed the author’s experience into their expert advice here.

There is a significant new chapter on interim remedies which takes account of various changes to Institutional Rules. This is added to by another new chapter on arbitration clauses and one on dealing with the Tribunal. All chapters are fully updated and now have an enhanced emphasis and additional commentary of the practice side, including examples and styles. This text is designed to guide both Scottish Arbiters who are conducting international cases and international Arbiters looking to conduct work in Scotland.

This book contains a CD of relevant styles for each procedural stage, allowing the user to download these forms and use them in their own daily work.

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Subjects:
Scots Law, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Preface – How to Use This Book
Index of Background Materials
What is Arbitration?
The Request
The Response
Formation of the Arbitral Tribunal
The Procedural Hearing
Pleadings Stage
Interim Relief
Exhibits
Witness Statements
Expert Reports
The Hearing
The Award
Interim Remedies
Arbitration Clauses
Dealing with theTribunal