The book provides a specific guide to maritime arbitration rather than simply a commentary on the 1996 Act; in particular because significant practical issues are not dealt with directly by the Act, for example, confidentiality, freezing orders and anti-suit injunctions. The third edition includes: • A brand new chapter on mediation • A full introduction to new LMAA Intermediate Claims Procedure (2009) • Comprehensive coverage of the new LMAA Terms (2006) and LMAA/Baltic Exchange Mediation Terms (2009) • Substantial new case law since last edition, including The Front Comor, Fiona Trust, Emmott v Michael Wilson, C v D • Discussion of new law on anti-suit injunctions and antiarbitration injunctions • New extended sections on the impact of human rights and competition law
Chapter 1. London maritime arbitration Chapter 2. The Arbitration Act 1996 Chapter 3. Mediation and arbitration Chapter 4. The arbitration agreement Chapter 5. The conflict of laws Chapter 6. Disputes as to the tribunal’s jurisdiction Chapter 7. Stays of English court proceedings brought in breach of an agreement to arbitrate Chapter 8. Injunctions and arbitration Chapter 9. Extending agreed time limits for beginning arbitral proceedings Chapter 10. Appointment of arbitrators and umpires Chapter 11. The arbitrator Chapter 12. Procedure and evidence Chapter 13. Confidentiality in arbitration Chapter 14. Remedies for delay Chapter 15. Arbitration and third parties Chapter 16. Preliminary issues Chapter 17. Security for costs Chapter 18. Security for claims in arbitration Chapter 19. Arbitration awards Chapter 20. Arbitrator’s fees and expenses Chapter 21. Costs Chapter 22. Challenging an award in the English courts Chapter 23. Enforcement of awards
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