Russell on Arbitration, 23rd Edition
Russell on Arbitration, 23rd Edition By David St John Sutton, Judith Gill & Matthew Gearing
|Author||David St John Sutton, Judith Gill & Matthew Gearing|
|Publication Date||Dec, 2007|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
Russell on Arbitration has been a leading expert on the subject of arbitration in England for over 150 years. This new 23rd edition continues the tradition of providing a practical guide to the arbitration process, as well as all of the most recent arbitration case law and an analysis of significant legislation.
The manual walks you through each stage of arbitration and provides practical advice so you may properly advise your clients. Russell on Arbitration addresses the most important aspects of arbitration agreements and contains references to the ICC and LCIA standards so you always know what to expect. Cross-references to relevant law, such as the English Arbitration Act 1996, make it simple to find the relevant legal framework.
Russell on Arbitration is the indispensible handbook for today's arbitration practitioner because of its breadth of coverage, expert guidance, and commentary, as well as its practical orientation.
Russell on Arbitration, 23rd Edition Key Features :
- From the appointment of the arbitration panel and their powers to the relief and remedies that an arbitration tribunal may award, this book provides a thorough grasp of the steps of an arbitration from start to finish.
- Expert comments and analysis are used to examine the detailed provisions of the English Arbitration Act 1996 and case law since its inception.
- The function of the English court during and after an arbitration is discussed, including when the court can interfere in proceedings, enforce or hear a challenge to an award, and how to get the most out of the court system.
- Contains all new cases relevant to arbitration in England and Wales, ensuring that you are fully up to date with developments.
- Provides crucial guidance and clarifies the arbitration process.
- Provides crucial guidance on both the ICC and LCIA Rules, as well as the relevant articles of the English Arbitration Act 1996, to bring clarity to the arbitration procedure.
- Provides a comparison of the Arbitration Act of 1996 and the UNCITRAL Model Law so that you can see how and when the two apply.
- The role of the English court is discussed, as well as the relevant sections of the CPR.
- Provides precedents for arbitration agreements and clauses, allowing for the drafting of arbitration agreements.
- Includes helpful checklists to ensure you cover every stage in complicated proceedings, including drafting the arbitration agreement, tribunal powers, and completing the arbitration claim form in the event of a judicial challenge.
- Puts the right forms at your fingertips, including those for arbitration notices, arbitrator appointments, reference and award forms, and court paperwork.
- A glossary of arbitration terms is included so you can double-check unfamiliar terms.
- Provides a list of appointing authorities, making it simple to find the relevant information for any contacts you might require.
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