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1. Part. Techniques of cross-examination in international arbitration. Ch. 1. Taking charge - proven tactics for effective witness control. / Ben H. Sheppard Jr. Ch. 2. When to be friendly and when to impeach. / David Haigh. Ch. 3. Confrontation - techniques for impeachment. / J. William Rowley, Markus Koehnen, Robert Wisner. Ch. 4. Cross-examination without discovery: not blind, but with blinders. / Laurence Shore. Ch. 5. Intuition in cross-examination. / Lawerence W. Newman. Ch. 6. Polite Cross-examination: a symbolic step toward further uniformity in international arbitration. / Arthur W. Rovine. Ch. 7. Indentifying and avoiding pitfalls and mistakes in cross-examination. / Steven A. Hammond. Ch. 8. Cross-examination against the clock. / Richard Kreindler. Ch. 9. When to cross-examine and when to stop. / Hilary Heilbron, Klaus Reichert. 2. Part. Anticipating cross-examination in the presentation of witness. Ch. 10. Preparing the witness for cross-examination. / Robert S. Rifkind. Ch. 11. The effective use of a powerful evidentiary tool: considerations for both counsel and arbitrators. / C. Mark Baker. 3. Part. Speical considerations in the cross-examination of experts. 12. Crossing the hot tub: examing adverse expert witnesses in international arbitration. / John M. Townsend. Ch. 13. Cross-examining a technical or scientific expert. / Kim J. Landsman. Ch. 14. Corss-examining the legal expert. / George A. Bermann. Ch. 15. Ten guidelines for the cross-examination of financial and technical experts. / Carolyn B. Lamm, Francis A. Vasquez Jr., Matthew N. Drossos. 4. Part. Cultural Issues. Ch. 16. Cross-examination in international arbitration: is it worthwhile?. / Bernardo M. Cremades, David J.A. Cairns. Ch. 17. Cross-examining witnesses before civil law arbitrators. / Robert H. Smit. Ch. 18. The English apprach to cross-examination in international arbitration. / Sophie Nappert, Chistopher Harris. Ch. 19. Effectice cross-examination in Asian arbitrations. / Michael Hwang, Colin Y.C. Ong. Ch. 20. Effective cross-examination in international arbitrations involving Latin America. / Henri Alverez. Ch. 21. The Perils of cross-examination in a language other than the language of the proceeding. / James H. Carter.