Arbitration Practice and Procedure: Interlocutory and Hearing Problems

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LLP, 2002 - Law - 1513 pages
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This classic and invaluable practical guide to arbitration has been updated to incorporate developments and case law resulting from the 1996 Arbitration Act. Taking his lead from the experience of practising arbitrators, Cato examines the problems encountered on a day-to-day basis by professional advisers, lawyers, arbitrators, expert witnesses and parties to arbitration. Alphabetically arranged from appointments to witnesses, each problem is listed with the facts of relevant cases, questions rising and a suggested course of action, making this an essential work of reference for all those involved in arbitration.

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Professor D. Mark Cato, Chartered Surveyor and full time arbitrator. He is the founder president of the Arbitration Club and is a well respected authority in the field.

Dr Julian Critchlow is the head of Construction and Energy at Payne Hicks Beach. He also acts as a domestic and international arbitrator.

Professor Robert Merkin is the Lloyd's Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Exeter as well as a consultant to the international law firm Norton Rose.

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