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London Maritime Arbitration




ISBN 9781138845046
Published August 10, 2017 by Informa Law from Routledge
720 Pages

 
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Book Description

Now in its fourth edition, this book provides detailed and practical guidance on how London Maritime Arbitration works in practice, against the background of English arbitration law and the Arbitration Act 1996. 

This unique title is the only book on the market that offers a practical focus on maritime disputes, while also providing a clear exposition of general principles of English arbitration law, with discussion and analysis of applicable legislation and case law. Arbitration practitioners will find everything that they need in one comprehensive book. 

New to this edition:

  • Guidance on the new LMAA Terms 2017 against the background of English arbitration law, including the Arbitration Act 1996.
  • Fully updated case law and analysis of legal developments, including Brexit.
  • Comparative references to ad hoc and LCIA arbitration.
  • New section on salvage arbitration, Brexit, third party funding.
  • Summaries comparing alternative jurisdictions including Singapore, Hong Kong, Hamburg and New York

This book will be invaluable to maritime arbitration practitioners both in private practice and in-house, as well as maritime professionals, such as those working at P&I Clubs, brokers, ship owners, managers and charterers; and more generally to anybody concerned with London arbitration.

Table of Contents

    1. London Maritime Arbitration  2. The Arbitration Act 1996  3. Mediation and Arbitration  4. The Arbitration Agreement  5. The Conflict of Laws  6. Disputes about the Tribunal’s Jurisdiction  7. Stays of English Court Proceedings brought in breach of an agreement to arbitrate  8. Injunctions and Arbitrations  9. Extending Agreed Time Limits for beginning arbitral proceedings  10. Appointment of Arbitrators and Umpires  11. The Arbitrator  12. Procedure and Evidence  13. Confidentiality in Arbitration  14. Remedies for Delay  15. Arbitration and Third Parties  16. Preliminary Issues  17. Security for Costs  18. Security for Claims in Arbitration  19. Arbitration Awards  20. Arbitrator’s Fees and Expenses  21. Costs  22. Challenging an Award in the English Courts  23. Enforcement of Awards  24. Applications to the English Court relating to arbitration

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    Author(s)

    Biography

    Clare Ambrose is a barrister and arbitrator at 20 Essex Street Chambers. Her practice focuses on international trade, embracing shipping, commodities, insurance, banking and related disciplines. Clare is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, she is a Member of the London Court of International Arbitration; the London Maritime Arbitrators' Association (Supporting Member), and a Panel Arbitrator for the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration. 

    Karen Maxwell is a barrister at 20 Essex Street Chambers. She practises in shipping, sale of goods, international trade, banking, private international law, arbitration and insurance.

    Michael Collett QC is a barrister at 20 Essex Street Chambers specialising in commercial law. His areas of practice include general commercial disputes, shipping, carriage of goods by road, international trade, commodities, conflicts of laws, insurance, reinsurance, banking and shareholder disputes. He appears both in Court and before a variety of arbitration tribunals.

    Reviews

    "The period since the financial and commercial crisis of 2008-9 has been particularly productive of reported cases on appeal from maritime arbitration awards. Some 200 new cases have been digested or noted in the new edition of this now-standard and authoritative work.

    ...it can be confirmed that the authors have succeeded admirably in what they set out to do, namely "to provide a concise and practical guide to maritime arbitration, but also to set maritime arbitration within the context of English arbitration more generally."

    Ian Gaunt, President of the LMAA