The IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration: A Guide

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 17, 2013 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
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The IBA Rules are the most common feature of international arbitration around the world, yet so far little work has been done exploring the Rules themselves. In this practical guide, Peter Ashford combines a detailed discussion of the Rules and the commentary from the Drafting Committee with a tabular view of the interaction between the Rules and those of the main arbitration institutions. Written by a respected and experienced arbitration practitioner, the guide conveniently brings into one place materials that will assist in the practical application of the IBA Rules. This contribution to an under-covered area of international arbitration provides an invaluable handbook for arbitration practitioners in law firms, chambers, and general or in-house counsel in large corporations.
 

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Contents

About the Arbitration Committee
1
Foreword
2
Commentary on the revised text of the 2010 IBA Rules
4
Preamble
9
Definitions
24
Scope of Application
27
Consultation on Evidentiary Issues
31
Documents
41
PartyAppointed Experts
105
TribunalAppointed Experts
121
Inspection
128
Evidentiary Hearing
130
Admissibility and Assessment of Evidence
141
Interaction of BA Rules with Major Institutional Rules
168
Index
177
Copyright

Witnesses of Fact
89

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About the author (2013)

Peter Ashford is an international arbitration partner at Fox Williams LLP.

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