International Arbitration Rules A comparative guide Lloyd's Arbitration Law Library Series
Auteur : Tevendale Craig
This book compares the five key international arbitral rules: the International Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the ad hoc UNCITRAL Rules. It is the first book of its kind to consider the 2012 ICC Rules alongside the 2014 LCIA Rules.
The book compares these five sets of rules by theme, addressing the role played by institutions; commencing the arbitration, formation and challenge of the Arbitral Tribunal; expedited and emergency procedures; conduct of the arbitration; powers of the tribunal; awards and orders; costs; and conduct and ethics. Each chapter contains a critique and commentary on the approach adopted by each institution, addressing the limitations of each set of rules whilst offering drafting tips and practical guidance for users and practitioners. It is therefore, a vital guide for lawyers and staff involved in international arbitration.
Foreword Introduction 1. Arbitral Institutions 2. Commencing the arbitration 3. Formation and challenge of the Arbitral Tribunal 4. Expedited and Emergency procedures 5. The arbitral proceedings 6. Powers of the Tribunal 7. Consolidation and Joinder 8. Awards and Orders 9. Costs 10. Conduct and Ethics 11. Miscellaneous
Date de parution : 12-2019
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