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Arbitration Law of Brazil: Practice and Procedure is a timely contribution to the development of commercial arbitration in Brazil, as it provides international practitioners and arbitrators with a useful reference tool to understand the Brazilian arbitral framework. Without sacrificing scholarly rigor, it provides a clear commentary on Brazilian arbitration legislation from a practical perspective, addressing the most relevant points in a direct and instructive manner, so that even someone unfamiliar with Brazilian law can comprehend all issues. This work reflects the experience of the authors, who are among the most prominent arbitration practitioners in Brazil. Both authors have long been committed to the development of arbitration, through teaching classes, organizing seminars and writing articles, not to mention their work on the Arbitration Committee of the Rio de Janeiro State Chapter of the Brazilian Bar Association, the first institution in Brazil to help develop and improve alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. Besides the authors’ work, this book also contains in its appendices articles from other leading Brazilian scholars analyzing relevant issues in connection with arbitration in Brazil. This provides an enlightening combination of practical background and academic debate.