Arbitration In Malaysia: A Practical Guide

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Arbitration In Malaysia: A Practical Guide

By The Right Honourable Tun Arifin Zakaria Chief Justice Of Malaysia ; Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo Philip Koh (General Editiors) and A Team Of Expert Contributors

Author The Right Honourable Tun Arifin Zakaria Chief Justice Of Malaysia ; Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo Philip Koh ( General Editiors) and A Team Of Expert Contributors
Publication Date Feb, 2017
ISBN 9789672049005
Format
Hardcover + Ebook
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell
 

The Who's Who of Malaysian Arbitration: A Practical Guide is a complete practitioners' guide produced by the who's who of Malaysian arbitration. Arbitration law is presently one of the most rapidly expanding areas of law in the United States. Arbitration has become the favoured technique of conflict settlement due to its flexible and effective procedure for resolving disputes between parties with varied legal and cultural backgrounds.

From the appointment of the arbitral tribunal and its powers to the relief and remedies it may award, this book thoroughly explains each step of arbitration. It studies the issue via professional commentary and analysis, and it covers the major characteristics of arbitration agreements. The book also examines the function of the courts during and after arbitration, including when the court may interfere in proceedings, as well as the court's stance toward enforcing and considering an award challenge.
 
Leading specialists guide readers through the complexities of several areas of specialty arbitration, making this a must-have resource for arbitrators.
 
Key Features:
  • Leading practitioners have created a comprehensive practitioners' handbook.
  • From the appointment of the arbitral tribunal and its powers to the reliefs and remedies it may award, the phases of arbitration are clearly explained.
  • The function of the courts in arbitration, including recognition, enforcement, and challenge of arbitral judgments, is discussed.
  • Key expert arbitration areas are covered

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART 1: GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Chapter 1: Overview of ADR in Malaysia
Chapter 2: Main Features of Arbitration
Chapter 3: Interaction of Laws in International Arbitration
 
PART 2: PROCEDURE
Chapter 4: Arbitration Act 2005
Chapter 5: The Arbitration Agreement
Chapter 6: Arbitrators
Chapter 7: Commencement of Arbitration
Chapter 8: Jurisdiction
Chapter 9: The Proceedings
Chapter 10: Interlocutory Applications
Chapter 11: Arbitration Awards
Chapter 12: Role of the Court 
Chapter 13: Recognition and Enforcement of the Arbitral Award
Chapter 14: Challenge of Arbitral Awards
Chapter 15: Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration
 
PART 3: SPECIALIST ARBITRATION
Chapter 16: Shariah Compliant Arbitration
Chapter 17: ADR in the Construction Industry
Chapter 18: Intellectual Property and Domain Name Dispute Resolution
Chapter 19: Dispute Resolution in Shipping and International Trade
Chapter 20: Investment Treaty Arbitration
Chapter 21: Banking and Financing Arbitration
Chapter 22: Arbitration of Employment Disputes
Chapter 23: Sports Arbitration in Malaysia
Chapter 24: Corporate Dispute Resolution
Chapter 25: Arbitration and Contract Law: Some Malaysian Perspectives

 

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