Addresses arbitration practices and the involvement of state authority on arbitrations in this region, where case law is generally sparse, legal reforms recent, and where, as a consequence, the legal writing is limited and does not cover the entire array of questions that may arise. Key aspects of arbitration are investigated from both the arbitrator's and counsel's perspectives and important tactical issues are discussed by prominent attorneys and arbitrators. Its well-designed and comprehensive questionnaire format allows easy location of information, but also provides in-depth coverage of the eight jurisdictions covered. Developed by highly respected editors who themselves have established reputations for excellence in arbitration and a practitioner's eye for the information that is needed most, the book is a valuable reference and guide for all seeking to obtain a quick but extensive overview on arbitration practices in this part of the world.--Publisher's website.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Description based on Juris ArbitrationLaw title description page, viewed June 26, 2019.
Revision of: Arbitration law and practice in Central and Eastern Europe. Huntington, New York : Juris, 2006-2012