Kluwer Arbitration. Dossiers (ICC Institute of World Business Law) ; 9.
Papers from the annual meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce Institute of World Business Law held in November 2011 in Paris, France. " ... focuses on the main participants in the arbitration process: the parties, their lawyers, the arbitrators, their secretaries and the arbitral institutions."--Foreword.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Foreword / Yves Derains Introduction / Bernard Hanotiau What duties do counsel owe to the tribunal and why? / Horacio A. Grigera Naón Document exchanges and the collision of ethical duties of counsel from different legal systems / Doak Bishop and Margrete Stevens The role of users / V.V. Veeder In-house counsel: why they should be more involved in the arbitral process / Karl Hennessee The tribunal's rights and duties: what do parties and arbitrators bargain for? / Julian D.M. Lew The chairman's role in the arbitral tribunal's dynamics / Laurent Lévy Secretaries to arbitral tribunals / Constantine Partasides Immunity and liability of arbitrators: what is the proper balance? / Eduardo Silva Romero Do institutions really add value to the arbitral process? / Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel Reciprocal duties of institutions and arbitrators / Peter Leaver Transparency: is it really needed and to what extent? / Judith Gill Liability of arbitration institutions: what does the future hold? / Teresa Y.W. Cheng and Justin Li Debate: Does each player meet the others' expectations? Does the arbitration process meet the users' expectations? / Jean-André Diaz, Hamid Gharavi, Annette Magnusson, Pierre Tercier Concluding remarks / Alexis Mourre.
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