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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Swiss Rules of International Arbitration: Commentary 2nd ed isbn 9781937518172

Swiss Rules of International Arbitration: Commentary

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Edited by: Tobias Zuberbuhler, Christoph Muller, Philip Habegger

ISBN13: 9789041124111
ISBN: 904112411X
New Edition ISBN: 9781937518172
Published: July 2005
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This book represents the very first comprehensive commentary on the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration entered into force on January 1, 2004. It is a practical guide for arbitrators, party representatives, state courts and persons involved in the administration of arbitral proceedings under the Swiss Rules.

This commentary presents the new Swiss Rules from a double perspective. On the one hand, it emphasizes the relationship between these Rules and the Swiss legal regime governing international arbitration, namely the provisions of chapter 12 of the Swiss Private International Law Statute.

On the other hand, it puts these Rules in an international and comparative perspective by comparing them with the corresponding provisions of the major institutional rules (ICC, LCIA,WIPO, etc.) and with the provisions of the former rules of the two most important Swiss Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Geneva and Zurich). Finally, it highlights the main differences to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules on which the new Swiss Rules are based.

This book is edited and written by young arbitration practitioners from Switzerland working with law firms having a long lasting and wide experience in international commercial arbitration. It represents the refreshing work of a new generation of Swiss arbitration practitioners.

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, Switzerland
Contents:
Preface.
Table of Contents.
List of Editors and Authors.
List of Abbreviations.
Bibliography.
Introduction and Model Arbitration Clauses
I. Introductory Rules
II. Composition of the Arbitral Tribunal
III. Arbitral Proceedings
IV. The Award
V. Expedited Procedure
VI. Confidentiality and Exclusion of Liability
Appendix A: Addresses of the Chambers of Commerce
Appendix B: Schedule of the Costs of Arbitration
Appendix C: Arbitrators Fees
Chapter 12 (International Arbitration) of the Swiss Federal Statute on Private International Law
Index