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Bernstein's Handbook of Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice [Hardback] | Add to Basket
Author : John Tackaberry
Author : Arthur Marriott
Publisher: SWEET & MAXWELL
Publication Date: 30/10/2003
ISBN: 9780421757608
Jurisdiction: International

The new edition of this successful practical guide has been fully expanded and updated to include the most recent developments and to acknowledge the growing importance of alternative dispute resolution. It includes a number of new chapters to deal with topics such as sports, adjudications and professional disciplinary tribunals.
The book 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.
* Features full coverage of the law and practice of arbitration
* Offers practical guidance in the actual conduct of the dispute resolution processes, both domestically and internationally, from contributors who have hands-on experience
* Combines a general principles section, a series of specialist sections and a complete suite of precedents and appendices
* Cited in courts around the world including the Commercial Court (UK), Federal Court of Canada, High Court (Australia), High Court (Ireland) and Supreme Court Victoria (Malaysia)

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Subject Groups
Arbitration
Reviews
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Nearest there is to a standard work in this field. - Litigation - of a previous edition
"Bernstein offers a well-organised, comprehensive and practical guide to arbitration and ADR, and should be a reassuring presence on many practitioners' bookshelves."
Simon Nesbitt and Henry Quinlan of Lovells in Legal Week - Legal Week
" I cannot think of any reason why any practitioner of ADR - in whatever form - should not have this publication to hand..."
"...the answers to the questions that all of us are caused to ask are found here."
"It should be in the library of every law firm, college or teaching faculty, and on the shelves of every Trade Assocation and all those invoved in the practice of ADR".

Peter Brown, FCiArb, Chartered Arbitrator and Accredited Mediator in The Bulletin of the Agricultural Law Association - The Bulletin of the Agricultural Law Association
"...covers a panorama of alternative methods of dispute resolution and helpfully collects all the relevant statutory materials and Rules of Court into the second volume, which can stand alone as a valuable reference source." - Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, Master of the Rolls in the Foreword to the 4th Edition
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