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This brand new work covers the various ways in which arbitral proceedings, arbitrators and arbitral awards can be challenged in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It ranges from challenges during an arbitration, to appeals and challenge applications against awards to contesting the enforcement of awards.
The authors offer in-depth insights into both the 1996 Act and under important institutional rules such as LCIA in terms of how they deal with challenges. It includes commentary on the law as it is (including all relevant case law and commentaries) and at the same time offers practical ?how to? guidance to those involved in bringing, or defending against, a challenge. The book also provides context on how the English regime for challenges evolved and how it compares to other jurisdictions, particularly those following the UNCITRAL Model Law.
No other single volume covers this highly practical aspect so comprehensively with a focus on England, Wales and Northern Ireland.