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The Commercial Way to Justice: 1996 International Conference of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

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ISBN13: 9789041104786
ISBN: 904110478X
Published: July 2000
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The papers presented in this volume are gathered from the fourth in a series of conferences of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, entitled, ""Arbitration: The Commercial Way to Justice"". Contributions to the work deal with the philosophy and practice of modern commercial arbitration in the international context. The theme is that of practical justice, effeciently achieved.;The book also contains a collection of papers on related topics which complement the wide-ranging programme of the confernece and provide a comprehensive commentary on arbitration.

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Part 1 Collected papers from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators conference in Boston, USA in September 1996: introduction - opening of conference, G. Beresford Hartwell; arbitration - the commercial way to justice, G. Beresford Hartwell; the concept of arbitration and its role in society, A. Harverd; international arbitrational law, practice and procedure - source of law, E.C. Chiasson; the law and rules applicable to evidence in international commercial arbitrations and some issues relating to their determination and application, R. Huleatt-James and R. Hunter; when and why international arbitration matters, W.W. Park; multi-party international arbitration - efficiency and party autonomy collide, M. Goldstein; arbitration and party autonomy - how free is the choice?, D. Jones; ethical issues in arbitration, T. Arnold; ethics and effectiveness - doing well by doing good, N. Ulmer; alternative dispute resolution - alternatives in dispute resolution, C. Branson; ADR techniques and international arbitration - can WE learn from Europe, the Far East and America, C.H. Lake; the role of women in arbitration - the role of the expert witness in construction-related disputes - problems and pitfalls, R. Greenstreet; summary of proceedings, N. Kaplan.
Part 2 Annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrations held in Kent in June 1996: the 1996 Arbitration Bill - does it change the law, I. Menzies; the relationship between the arbitrator and the parties (with particular reference to the 1996 Arbitration Bill), J. Critchlow.