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The growth of International Arbitration has given rise to many issues, including an increasing concern that Arbitrators must be seen to be and actually be independent and impartial.
This book is aimed at arbitrators and Counsel who need to identify and unravel the different institutional rules that might apply in their case. The book also provides an invaluable summary of the approach adopted by the Courts in England and Wales, France and Switzerland to arbitrator challenges.
“This work has done a service to practitioners and all who want to learn about this subject by collecting much of the important international material in a single volume”
From the foreword by Sir Bernard Rix, Former UK Court of Appeal Judge