Handbook of ICC Arbitration, 4th Edition By Thomas H. Webster

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 Handbook of ICC Arbitration, 4th Edition By Thomas H. Webster, Michael W. Buhler

Author Thomas H. Webster, Michael W. Buhler
Publication Date Oct, 2018
ISBN 9780414063990
Format
Hardcover 
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell
 
Save 30% off this title - add promotion code SUMMER30“a valuable contribution to ICC arbitration” - Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration

The Handbook of ICC Arbitration, written by seasoned practitioners who have served as arbitrators and counsel in hundreds of cases each year, provides the most up-to-date practise in ICC arbitration.

Key features of Handbook of ICC Arbitration:
  • Provides article-by-article analysis on the 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration, including ICC Notes and case law and soft law developments.
  • The practitioner is guided through the arbitral procedure from start to finish, including the arbitral tribunal, arbitral proceedings, and awards and costs.
  • Examines the many difficulties that might arise during an arbitration, including arbitrator selection and challenge, case management conferences, due process and hearing concerns, admissibility and weight of evidence, and award annulment and enforcement.
  • A good collection of models, notes, checklists, and examples is included.
New to this edition of Handbook of ICC Arbitration:
  • Article-by-article commentary is provided. The use of the Emergency Arbitrator Provisions in practise.
  • Smaller arbitrations will benefit from the new Expedited Procedure Provisions.
  • The Impact of the Expedited Determination Procedure for Manifestly Unmeritorious Claims and Defenses on Partial Award Applications
  • The use (and improved openness) of ICC proceedings, as shown by the most recent ICC Note to Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of Arbitration under the ICC Rules.
  • The ICC's approach on arbitrator disclosure, as well as a full summary of the findings of the ICC's challenge judgments and a review of recent US and UK cases involving arbitrator conflicts of interest.
  • The ICC's attempts to improve the efficiency of ICC arbitration include reducing the time required for Terms of Reference, demanding an early Procedural Timetable, and compelling Tribunals to give judgments quickly or face financial penalties.
  • The application of the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration (2010), the IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration (2014), and the IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration (2015), as well as the IBA's September 2016 report on soft law (2013).
  • Dealing with a variety of applications from the perspectives of arbitrators and lawyers, including bifurcation, security for costs petitions, and due process problems pertaining to admitting or rejecting evidence.
  • ary on the 2017 ICC Rules of Arbitration, including a discussion of ICC Notes and case law and soft law developments.
  • The practitioner is guided through the arbitral procedure from start to finish, including the arbitral tribunal, arbitral proceedings, and awards and costs.
  • Examines the many difficulties that might arise during an arbitration, including arbitrator selection and challenge, case management conferences, due process and hearing concerns, admissibility and weight of evidence, and award annulment and enforcement.
  • A good collection of models, notes, checklists, and examples is included.

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