The practical titles in this series provide the dispute resolution practitioner a broad range of manuals for day-to-day use on key aspects of litigation.
Our guides contain useful case studies and applied examples, and are intended to assist the whole spectrum of dispute resolution practitioners, including mediators, arbitrators, barristers and solicitors, with the issues that they face on a daily basis.
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International Arbitration: A Handbook
International Commercial Mediation
By Mark Cato
July 09, 2014
This text provides a concise overview of arbitration and offers guidance on the most important legal and practical questions which face the practitioner involved in an arbitration. The book includes:- the applicability of the laws of individual countries; international conventions and bilateral ...
By Phillip Capper
February 12, 2016
This essential handbook on international arbitration has been updated to include a new chapter on investment treaty arbitration, detailing the kind of investments which are covered by investment treaties, persons to whom investment treaties apply, the rights commonly provided under investment ...
By Hilary Heilbron
March 30, 2008
With the development of international arbitration globally and London as a leading arbitration centre, the need for knowledge of the subject extends to a wider legal audience. A Practical Guide to International Arbitration in London takes a pragmatic look at how to run an international arbitration ...
By Cyril Chern
July 30, 2008
International Commercial Mediation is a practical guidebook that explains how to handle and complete a mediation, as well as how to personally market the skills developed as a mediator. The book provides examples, supplies forms, and explains procedures of actual working mediations which can be ...
By Jonathan Leslie, John Kingston
December 01, 1998
Against the background of Lord Woolf's interim report "Access to Justice", this text includes accounts of tactical matters and practical litigation "tips", as well as descriptions of the procedures involved. Litigation is often conducted by companies who do not have much practical experience of the...
By Peter d'Ambrumenil
December 01, 1998
This work explains the various methods of resolving disputes, what they involve, how they differ, and their benefits and drawbacks. It seeks to enable the reader to make the best decision about: which method to use; how to approach the resolution process; and who to appoint to represent you. It ...
By Michael O'Reilly
June 01, 1997
This revised text provides a practical guide to the law relating to all aspects of costs in arbitration proceedings. The Arbitration Act 1996, has made significant changes to the law on arbitration costs. These have, among other things, made arbitrators responsible for the cost-effective management...