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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The Freshfields Guide to Arbitration Clauses in International Contracts 3rd ed isbn 9789041134004

The Freshfields Guide to Arbitration and ADR: Clauses in International Contracts 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9789041112262
ISBN: 904111226X
New Edition ISBN: 9789041134004
Previous Edition ISBN: 9065446753
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



For many parties to international contracts, arbitration has proven to be an effective means of dispute resolution. Too many of these agreements, however, still founder on the rock of a defective dispute resolution clause. This text shows practitioners how to avoid this common obstacle by drafting comprehensive contract provisions at the outset.;With this updated edition, lawyers and business people will negotiate contracts that ensure a clear-cut resolution of any dispute likely to arise.

Taking into account the many significant developments in the law and practice of international arbitration that have occurred during the years since the first edition, it offers: contract-drafting advice derived from the authors' wide practical experience; model clauses that ensure the effectiveness of dispute resolution provisions, and avoid their pitfalls; and important reference materials.

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Subjects:
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
1. Choosing the Method.
2. Choosing the Applicable Law.
3. Choosing the Place of Arbitration.
4. Choosing the Language of the Arbitration
5. Choosing the Rules.
6. Choosing the Arbitrators.
7. Choosing mechanisms to Deal with Specific Situations.
8. Drafting the Arbitration Clause.
9. Intermediate Dispute Resolution and ADR.
Appendices:
1. Model Arbitration Clauses.
2. Model Clause for ad hoc Arbitration.
3. Model Clause for Conciliation or Mediation.
4. General Purpose ADR Clause.
5. Signatories to the New York Convention.
6. Model Law Countries.
7. UNCITRAL Notes on Organising Arbitral Proceedings.
8. Addresses of Arbitral Institutions and other Organisations Referred to in the Text.