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International Commercial Arbitration

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ISBN13: 9780414044555
To be Published: October 2019
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardcover
Price: £165.00



International Commercial arbitration offers comprehensive, high level guidance through all aspects of international commercial arbitration. Written from the perspective of practitioners involved in arbitrations, it is set to become the leading text on this subject.

It provides both in-depth coverage of the legal context within which international commercial arbitration operates and full explanation of the international commercial arbitration process, from drafting the arbitration agreement to the tribunal's award, as well as post-arbitral processes, such as challenge, appeal, and enforcing the award.

  • Provides detailed guidance on the international commercial arbitration process from start to finish
  • Covers both basic principles and topical, contentious issues emerging in modern practice
  • Offers a truly international focus, approaching the subject from both common law and civil law perspectives
  • Gives full guidance on applicable law
  • Advises on arbitration agreements and the constitution of the arbitral tribunal
  • Goes through procedures, such as choice of place of arbitration, evidence and the hearing
  • Deals with the categories, form and content of the arbitral award
  • Looks at the methods and grounds for challenging awards
  • Covers practical issues such as how arbitration should be conducted to be cost effective
  • Helps practitioners choose suitable Rules and places of arbitration by analysing the different arbitration institutions and legal frameworks
  • References all the principal rules of arbitration, – e.g. LCIA Rules, ICC Rules, Swiss Rules – and national legislation so practitioners can refer to them in proceedings
  • Features a range of precedents of procedural orders
  • Contains useful procedural checklists and procedural flowcharts
  • Covers the law and practice of international arbitration in emerging markets such as the Middle East, South Africa, India, China and South East Asia

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Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Introduction.
Definitions.
Consent to Arbitration.
Constitution of the Arbitral Tribunal.
Procedure.
Substance.
Challenges.
Recognition and Enforcement.
Conclusions.
Appendices.