This book examines the key changes introduced by the 2014 rules and the key reasons for choosing an LCIA arbitration, and takes you through the stages of drafting an LCIA arbitration agreement. It examines the request for arbitration, the response, and the Tribunal's jurisdiction. It explains the rule about communications, and how the arbitral tribunal is formed. It looks at the challenge, removal and replacement of arbitrators, the language of arbitration, and includes a chapter dedicated to hearings, witnesses and experts. Separate chapters on awards, costs and deposits, confidentiality and limitation of liability will provide practical help to anyone working in this field.--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction and the institution 2. Key changes introduced by the 2014 rules 3. Key Reasons for choosing LCIA arbitration 4. Drafting an LCIA arbitration agreement 6. Response 7. Tribunal's jurisdiction 8. Rules about communications. 9. Formation of the arbitral tribunal 10 Expedited formation of the arbitral tribunal, emergency arbitrators and expedited replacement of arbitrators 11. Challenges, removal and replacement of arbitrators 12. Seat and place of arbitration 13. Language of arbitration 14. Conduct of proceedings and default timetable 15. Hearings, witnesses and experts 16. Special powers of the tribunal 17. Interim and conservatory measures 18. Legal representatives 19. Costs and deposits 20. Awards and correction of awards 21. Confidentiality 22. Limitation of liability 23. General rules.
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