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Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration, A
Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration, A
Planning, Assessment and Strategy
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  Arbitration
ISBN:  9780414028784
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Oct 2018
Format:  Paperback
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A Practical Guide to International Commercial Arbitration provides essential hands-on guide to give you practical, up-to-date and easily accessible advice and knowledge in this area.

Bringing you a step-by-step guide to the arbitration process, it sets out to advise on building a strategy to ensure every stage of the arbitral process meets the commercial objectives and maximises its prospects of success

The new 2nd edition:

  • Is fully up-to-date to include recent rule changes from all the major arbitration bodies
  • Deals with both the contractual arrangements necessary to provide for arbitration in the event of a dispute, and the process of the arbitration itself
  • Gives expert advice on the planning and conduct of each stage of the arbitral process from drafting an agreement to arbitrate to enforcing an award
  • Includes case study scenarios, comparative tables of selected rules and laws and an extensive glossary

What's New?

  • Revisions and updates to: the 2012 ICC Rules of Arbitration; the 2012 Swiss Arbitration Rules; the 2012 CIETAC Arbitration Rules; the 2012 KLRCA Rules; the LCIA Arbitration Rules and HKIAC Rules
  • Revisions and changes to national arbitration laws, including the French New Code of Civil Procedure; the Singapore International Arbitration Act; and the forthcoming changes to Swiss Arbitration Law (the international arbitration provisions of the Swiss Public International Law Act)
  • Major recent decisions in growing commercial regions including India and Brazil
  • Further coverage of developing trends, such as third party funding
  • Expanded and developed appendices including flow charts with cross referencing to the main text
  • Expanded and updated glossary
CONTENTS
  1. What is international arbitration and why choose it?
  2. Drafting an agreement to arbitrate
  3. Commencing an arbitration
  4. The tribunal
  5. Strategic steps in commencing an arbitration
  6. Jurisdiction
  7. Powers and duties of arbitrators
  8. Stages of the arbitration
  9. Strategy in conduct of the arbitration
  10. The award
  11. Enforcing an arbitral award
  12. Challenging an arbitral award
  13. Specific types of international arbitration

Appendices:

Appendix 1: Websites related to international arbitratioN
Appendix 2: Steps involved in drafting an agreement to arbitrate
Appendix 3: Case study illustrating the process of arbitration
Appendix 4: The timescale for an arbitration
Appendix 5: Same request for arbitration
Appendix 6: Sample answer to request for arbitration
Appendix 7: Comparative table of selected arbitration rules
Appendix 8: Comparative table of laws of selected arbitral seats

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CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Steven P Finizio
Steven is a partner in Wilmer Hale’s Litigation/Controversy and Securities Departments, and a member of the International Arbitration and Securities Litigation and Enforcement Practice Groups. He also serves as an arbitrator in international commercial arbitrations, and has been named a leading international arbitration lawyer in each edition of Chambers UK: A Client’s Guide to the UK Legal Profession since 2003.

Duncan Speller
Duncan is a Partner in Wilmer Hale’s Litigation/Controversy Department, and a member of the International Arbitration Practice Group.

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  • Gives expert advice on the planning and conduct of each stage of the arbitral process, from drafting an agreement to arbitrate, to enforcing an award
  • Includes case study scenarios, comparative tables of selected rules and laws, plus an extensive glossary
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