Informa Law from Routledge
Now in a fully updated second edition, Rules of Evidence in International Arbitration: An Annotated Guide remains an invaluable reference for lawyers, arbitrators and in-house counsel involved in cross-border dispute resolution. Drawing on current case law, this book looks at the common issues brought up by the evidentiary procedure in international arbitration.
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This book gives essential insight into best practice for practitioners of international arbitration. Readers of this publication will gain a fuller understanding of accepted solutions to difficult procedural issues, as well as the fundamental due process considerations of the use of evidence in international arbitration.
1.The Rules of Evidence and their Application 2. Depositions, Interrogatories and Judicial Notice 3. Document Production in International Arbitration 4. Witnesses of Fact 5. Party-Appointed Experts 6. Tribunal-Appointed Experts and Inspections 7. Assessing the Evidence, Burden of Proof, Adverse Inferences and Procedural Good Faith 8. Evidentiary Hearing 9. Disclosure and Admissibility of Evidence
Arbitration has become increasingly popular in the field of dispute resolution; this series expands on the expertise that we have developed in this area, and provides you with a dedicated library of commercial arbitration titles. Specifically designed for commercial practitioners and arbitrators, this series offers analysis and guidance on the very latest issues in the field.