First published in 1849, Russell on Arbitration
has been the principal practitioner's reference on English arbitration for over 150 years. It supplies a clear, practical focus on all stages of the arbitration process, with detailed analysis of the Arbitration Act 1996 and subsequent case law, and in-depth consideration of the role of the English courts in supporting and supervising arbitrations.
This new edition:
- Provides step-by-step guidance through the different stages of the arbitration process, from drafting the arbitration agreement or clause to enforcing and appealing the award
- Offers full commentary on the Arbitration Act 1996 from an eminent group of authors
- Gives authoritative guidance on arbitration agreements, from the form and content, to the laws to be a applied and termination of the agreement
- Discusses the different types of tribunal, the qualifications of an arbitrator, the liabilities of arbitrators and how to challenge arbitrators
- Looks at the conduct of a reference to arbitration, including relevant statutory requirements and time limits
- Examines the role of the court before and during the arbitration, as well as after the award
- Gives guidance on both the ICC and LCIA Rules and their impact on English arbitration
- Compares the Arbitration Act 1996 with the UNCITRAL Model Law
- Contains cross-references to the 1996 Arbitration Act, CPR, and institutional rules of the ICC and the LCIA
- Includes extensive appendices of legislation, CPR, Practice Directions and other material so they are easily available in one source
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