JurisNet index title: College of Commercial Arbitrators guide to best practices in commercial arbitration - Fourth edition
1 online resource (726 pages).
Juris arbitration law.
"The revised, updated, and expanded fourth edition of The College of Commercial Arbitrators Guide to Best Practices in Commercial Arbitration provides practical guidance on conducting U.S-based commercial arbitrations and international arbitrations throughout the world. More than 70 prominent arbitrators share their expertise. It takes into account new and revised institutional rules, case law, and legislation affecting commercial arbitration, and expands the discussion of the issues arbitrators confront on a daily basis. The past four years have witnessed dramatic developments in the field of commercial arbitration. Arbitration law continues to evolve at a rapid pace, and ever-increasing numbers of experienced lawyers and other professionals aspire to become arbitrators and to serve in that capacity in the many high-profile arbitrations that have become routine. Contemporaneously, various professional organizations have strived to develop standards, protocols, and guidance to be considered both by professional arbitrators and by parties and advocates involved in arbitration proceedings. Moreover, the increased use of commercial arbitration in international commercial transactions, and the fact that many experienced international arbitrators now reside or practice in the United States, has ensured that the United States will serve as a viable situs for the conduct of such international arbitrations in the years to come. Given these developments, further revisions to the Best Practices Guide were once again warranted and are based on the best guidance available from the nation's leading organization of commercial arbitrators. This fourth edition also for the first time provides in-depth analyses of a variety of additional topics, including the use of third-party summons, issues unique to construction arbitration, and emergency arbitrators. The fourth edition also contains two new appendices respectively relating to the use of social media by arbitrators and security of arbitrators' ESI."--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Revision of: College of Commercial Arbitrators guide to best practices in commercial arbitration. Third edition. Huntington, N.Y. : Juris, 2014