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Pleading in Arbitration
Pleading in Arbitration
A Practitioner's Guide
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  Arbitration
ISBN:  9780414038622
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  23 Aug 2017
Format:  Hardback, CD-ROM
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This 2nd edition of Pleading in Arbitration: A Practitioner's Guide - An Essential Guide to International Arbitration is designed to provide both new and experienced arbitration practitioners (including Solicitors, Advocates, Barristers, In-house Counsel, Commercial Directors, Contracts Managers, Students and Arbitrators) with a practical step-by-step guide, outlining the various procedural stages, from start to finish, of an arbitration.

The text covers not only the Theory of each stage of the process, but also the reality of this in everyday Practice. The expert authors include a number of relevant real life practical worked Examples of documents (also saved separately on a CD) which can be used by practitioners as styles in your daily work, to ensure you have the information and tools required to win the best outcomes for clients. This will also allow practitioners to draft with confidence, whilst increasing their productivity, and saving costs in the conduct of arbitrations.

The 2nd edition has been fully updated and expanded to include brand new chapters on:
• Arbitration Clauses and Agreements to Arbitrate
• Perspectives from Arbitrators and Practitioners
• International Arbitration in Singapore
• International Arbitration in The Arabian Gulf
• Challenges to an Award
• Enforcement of Arbitral Awards
• An Introduction to Investment Treaty Arbitration

 

CONTENTS

1) WHAT IS ARBITRATION?
2) ARBITRATION CLAUSES AND AGREEMENTS TO ARBITRATE
3) THE REQUEST
4) THE RESPONSE
5) FORMATION OF THE ARBITRAL TRIBUNAL
6) PERSPECTIVES FROM ARBITRATORS AND PRACTITIONERS
7) THE PROCEDURAL HEARING
8) PLEADINGS
9) INTERIM REMEDIES, EMERGENCY ARBITRATORS, EXPEDITED
10) PROCEDURES AND SECURITY FOR COSTS
11) INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN SINGAPORE: THE RISE OF THE EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR AND THE ARB/MED/ARB PROTOCOL
12) INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION IN THE ARABIAN GULF
13) DOCUMENT DISCLOSURE
14) EXHIBITS
15) WITNESS STATEMENTS
16) EXPERTS
17) THE HEARING
18) THE AWARD
19) CHALLENGES TO AN AWARD
20) ENFORCEMENT OF ARBITRAL AWARDS
21) AN INTRODUCTION TO INVESTMENT TREATY ARBITRATION

CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION

Steven Walker QC is a Queen’s Counsel and a leading advocate (Scotland), barrister (England) and attorney (Cayman Islands) and a registered foreign lawyer at the Bar of Western Australia and the Bar of Ireland. He is an international commercial lawyer with a specialisation in arbitration, energy, commercial/corporate disputes, construction and engineering. He is based between Asia Pacific and Europe and works internationally. He is a member of Terra Firma Chambers. He has developed He has developed an extensive international arbitration practice and built a formidable reputation acting as lead counsel handling a range of arbitration cases which are mostly linked to energy and resources or infrastructure issues. 

Iain K Clark is a Solicitor Advocate, ranked as a recommended lawyer in the Legal 500 2016 Guide, who ‘‘specialises in high-value international arbitration, particularly in areas such as construction, renewables, and oil and gas.’’ As a Partner and Head of Litigation & Dispute Resolution at Gilson Gray LLP, Glasgow and Edinburgh, he led the team to win the Litigation Firm of the Year at the Law Awards of Scotland 2016. He was also UK Winner of the ILO Client Choice Award 2013 for Arbitration and UK Winner of the ACQ Global Award 2013 for Leading Arbitration Lawyer of the Year.  Known for going the extra mile for clients, he is a highly motivated and proactive specialist, with a wealth of practical experience and knowledge.

REVIEWS

“…If ever a book is to be described as required reading for the practitioner, it is this book. The authors are to be congratulated upon producing a book which so clearly sets out how an arbitration should be carried through its various stages.”
Lord Dervaird



"...this work will surely give enormous help to everyone, whether lawyer or layman, who may have to consider the law of arbitration."
The Rt Hon. Lord Drummond Young

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