Bernstein's Hbk Arbitration & Dispute Resolution Practice 4e

Bernstein's Hbk Arbitration & Dispute Resolution Practice 4e

By John Tackaberry QC, Arthur Marriott QC

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$1,368.00 RRP

Date: 30/10/2003

Code: 9780421757608

Sweet & Maxwell, UNITED KINGDOM

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Updated to include a number of new chapters dealing with topics such as sports, adjudications and professional disciplinary tribunals, this two volume work provides succinct summaries of relevant principles of law, such as confidentiality, jurisdiction, arbitrability, bias and conflicts, Calderbank letters and responses thereto; and identifies both the specific problems facing this area and the answers to them.


For ease of use, the work has been divided into two volumes; the first consists of in-depth analysis and comment on a variety of different areas of arbitration, and the second provides a comprehensive set of free-standing reference materials.


Jurisdiction: International

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