Authors : Ronald Bernstein, Derek Wood
With Nine Specialist Contributors
Foreword by : Lord Donaldson of Lymington
Introduction by : The Right Hon. Sir Michael Kerr
ISBN : 0421433108
The Handbook of Arbitration Practice deals with the rules of practice common to all arbitrations – the contents of clauses, constitution of the tribunal, the range of procedures available, the conduct of the hearing and the remuneration of arbitrators. In addition it covers the roles of advocates and expert witnessess, the drafting of awards and how costs should be dealt with.
The aim throughout, in this Edition as in the first, has been to inform all those concerned with arbitration – whether as a businessman concerned to provide in his contract the most effective way of resolving any dispute arising from it, the in-house legal adviser, solicitor, expert witness, advocate or arbitrator- what the practice is, and in may respects how it can be improved. The book contains a unique collection of precedents for use both in contracts and at every stage of an arbitration.