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eBook - Dossier IX - Players' Interaction in International Arbitration

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Dossier IX - Players' Interaction in International Arbitration
Edited by Bernard Hanotiau and Alexis Mourre, 2012 Edition

Pub No. 737 eBook
2012 Edition
185 pages

A must-read for anybody interested in international arbitration!

 

Based on consent, a successful arbitration supposes a harmonious cooperation between parties, arbitrators, and other actors of the proceedings, including arbitral institutions.  However, many factors can negatively affect the arbitration procedure.

 

Dossier IX “Players’ Interaction in International Arbitration” compiles the outcome of the 2011 Annual Conference of the Institute of World Business Law.  It discusses the means to ensure that arbitration remains a real alternative to state justice: efficient, harmonious and at the same time respectful of the parties’ rights.  Thus, it evokes the duties different actors of arbitration have towards others, the means that should be implemented to ensure a smooth functioning of the arbitral tribunal, the challenges arbitral institutions have to cope with and more.

 

Written by some of today’s leading experts in the field of arbitration, the contributions in this Dossier tackle these issues from the points of view of all parties involved in an arbitration procedure: arbitrators, corporate lawyers and arbitral institutions.

 
Table of Contents

Forword

Introduction

Chapter One - What duties do counsel owe to the tribunal and why?

Chapter Two – Document exchange and the collision of ethical duties of counsel from different legal  systems

Chapter Three – The role of users

Chapter Four – In-House Counsel: why they should be more involved in the arbitral process

Chapter Five – The tribunal’s rights and duties: what do parties and arbitrators bargain for?

Chapter Six – The chairman’s role in the arbitral tribunal’s dynamics

Chapter Seven – Secretaries to arbitral tribunals

Chapter Eight – Immunity and liability of arbitrators: what is the proper balance?

Chapter Nine – Do institutions really add value to the arbitral process?

Chapter Ten – Reciprocal duties of institutions and arbitrators

Chapter Eleven – Transparency: Is it really needed and to what extent?

Chapter Twelve – Liability of arbitration institutions: What does the future hold?

Chapter Thirteen – Debate: Does each player meet the others’ expectations?
                          Does the arbitration process meet the users’ expectations?

Concluding Remarks

Index

Table of Cases

About the Authors 

The contributors to this Dossier include:

Doak Bishop

Partner, King & Spalding, Houston, United States

Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel

Arbitrator;
Chairman, DIS, Germany;
Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Teresa Y.W. Cheng

Senior Counsel, Des Voeux Chambers, Hong Kong

Yves Derains

Founding Partner, Derains Gharavi, France;

Former Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration; Chairman, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Jean-André Diaz

Special Counsel, Total E&P, France;

Chairman, Corporate Counsel International Arbitration Group

Hamid Gharavi

Founding Partner, Derains & Gharavi, France

Judith Gill, QC

Partner, Allen & Overy LLP, United States

Horacio A. Grigera Naón

Independent International Arbitrator and Consultant, Washington, DC, United States

Bernard Hanotiau

Partner and Professor, Hanotiau & Van Den Berg, Belgium;

Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law;

Council Member, ICCA

Karl H. Hennessee

Vice-President, Litigation & Regulatory Affairs, Airbussas, France

Peter Leaver, QC

International Commercial Arbitrator, One Exxes Court, United Kingdom

Laurent Lévy

Partner, Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Switzerland;
Vice-Chairman, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Julian D.M. Lew, QC

Barrister, 20 Essex Street Chambers, United Kingdom;

Professor and Head, School of International Arbitration, Oueen Mary, University of London;

Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Justin Li

Graduate in 2012 with a Double-Degree (LLB/JD) form Columbia Law School and University College of London.

Annette Magnusson

Secretary General, Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Sweden

Alexis Mourre

Partner, Castaldi Mourre & Partners, France;

Vice-President, ICC International Court of Arbitration;

Vice-President, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Constantine Partasides

Partner, Director of International Arbitration, Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, France

Eduardo Silva Romero

Partner, Dechert LLP, France;

Associate Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

Margrete Stevens

Consultant, King & Spalding, Washington, D.C., United States

Pierre Tercier

Emeritus Professor, University of Fribourg, Switzerland;

Honorary Chairman, ICC International Court of Arbitration

V. V. Veeder, QC

Essex Court Chambers, United Kingdom;

Council Member, ICC Institute of World Business Law

 
This Dossier IX, Player' interaction in international arbitration, is published under the auspices of the ICC Institute of World Business Law, chaired by Yves Derains.  With this publication, the ICC Institute of World Business Law fulfils its dual mission: training and acting as a think-tank for the International Chamber of Commerce particularly in the field of arbitration.


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