This text is a practical, rule-by-rule guide to the Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, one of the world's leading international arbitration institutions. It is for both the experienced practitioner and those approaching international arbitration for the first time, clearly explaining basic principles while at the same time providing the depth of analysis and references needed to solve the complex procedural issues that can arise during the arbitration process. The chapters follow the Rules of the ICC, each one setting out the relevant principles in plain English, before dealing with more complicated issues of interpretation, providing reference to discussions of the issues by other authors and to relevant case law and awards. * A practical and portable commentary for the widely travelled international practitioner * Supplies a comprehensive review of the ICC arbitration process from start to finish * Reflects both the civil law and common law approaches in its analysis * Explains core principles and procedures * Includes a valuable selection of precedents, such as a request for arbitration, terms of reference and procedural orders * Provides detailed analysis and references for solving complex problems * Helps practitioners assess the intent of decisions by supplying them in the actual language they were given * Contains appendices of relevant materials * Written in direct, plain English, giving the book appeal to those whose first language is not English
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Descripción Thomson/Sweet & Maxwell, 2008. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería 015524