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Volume one of this practice manual outlines a hypothetical situation based on real life cases, addressing the entire arbitral process from appointment of arbitrator to award.
Volume Two leads the practitioner through many practice suggestions and solutions substantiated by appropriate/accompanying documentation. Through extensive cross-referencing between volumes, the reader is encouraged to work through both common and complex arbitral issues.
The author has aimed to close the gap between the theory of arbitration law, substantive law and procedural law and the practical management of the arbitral process. The text should be of interest to all levels of professionals and their advisors.