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Arbitration law in Italy comes from various sources - the code of civil procedure, certain references within various laws, and the numerous bilateral and multilateral conventions to which Italy is a party. Without guidance, practitioners and academics risk missing an interpretational twist which changes the effect of the law. This book aims to provide the essential guidance needed to assure a complete, informed understanding of the law.
The book concisely and effectively presents the law of arbitration in Italy through individual analyses of all relevant provisions. Accompanying notes, where appropriate, interpret the provisions and provide practical applications of each rule of law in the light of doctrinal writings, court decisions, and field experience. These notes straightforwardly present the black letter law on the topic in question.;Areas covered include: dispute settlement; transnational litigation; conflict of laws; civil law; and procedural law.
The text also addresses all of the main problems relating to arbitration as a method of dispute settlement by the parties' election, including: relations with state jurisdiction; status of the arbitrator; arbitrator impartiality; related duty of disclosure issues; challenges to arbitral awards; and enforcement of domestic and foreign awards in Italy.;This book is offered in four languages - English, French, German, and Italian - for ease of reading for a geographical variety of audiences. Footnotes and cross-references also enhance its credibility.