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International Arbitration: A Handbook 3rd ed

Edited by: Phillip Capper

ISBN13: 9781843113263
ISBN: 1843113260
Previous Edition ISBN: 1859788823
Published: September 2004
Publisher: Informa Law from Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £150.00

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This new edition guides the reader to the relevant laws and rules, and provides an overview of the most important legal and practical matters for each stage of the arbitration process.

It focuses on the arbitration agreement; the commencement of an arbitration and appointment of the tribunal; the jurisdiction, powers and obligations of the tribunal; what must be done to achieve an effective procedure; and the arbitration award, its recognition and enforcement, and grounds for challenge.

The new edition includes new chapters on ADR and investment treaty arbitrations. Greater emphasis is given to ICSID arbitrations. New cases and legislation are covered as are new institutional rules. Particular attention is given to the increasingly controversial subject of confidentiality in arbitration, and to the practical implications of use of information technology in arbitration.

The rules of the leading arbitral institutions are covered, including ICC, LCIA, AAA/ICDR and CIETAC.

Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Introduction; Applicable Laws and Rules; The Arbitration Agreement; ADR in International Arbitration; The Commencement of the Arbitration and the Appointment of the Arbitral Tribunal; The Jurisdiction, Powers and Obligations of the Tribunal; The Proceedings; Awards; Recognition or Enforcement of Awards; Challenging or Resisting Enforcement of Awards; Investment Treaty Arbitration; Appendices