This comparative guide is essential reading for in-house counsel, solicitors, barristers, arbitrators, academics and students. International Arbitration Rules: A Comparative Guide provides concise commentary on the objectives, purpose and meaning of the rules of the major arbitration institutions. The editor effectively guides the reader through the rules and draws attention to the major features of each organisation, while simultaneously highlighting the differences and similarities of each of the institutions. A tabular format is used which effectively accents relevant information, enabling it to be easily digested. Introductory summaries make this a highly practical guide to each part of the arbitration process.