Clear Path or Jungle in Commercial Arbitrators’ Conflict of Interest? is a first-of-its-kind book with an innovative approach to a tricky subject. In arbitral proceedings, objections and challenges related to arbitrators’ conflicts of interest can instead augment acrimony. Likewise, the alleged fear of bias has fostered a downright jungle of rules and guidelines, complicating and undermining the process. Eminent experts representing three stakeholding groups—users, institutions, and state courts—furnish firsthand information on their respective practices and policies regarding arbitration and then advance to recommend promising paths to harmonize guidelines and establish clear and reasonable criteria.
What’s in this book:
Conducing to papers presented at a conference courtesy of the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA), the contributions respond in depth to the following questions:
How much independence and impartiality do users seek?
What are users expecting, and to what extent do expectations differ concerning the users’ own arbitrator, the arbitrator appointed by the opponent, and the chairperson?
In what ways can party-appointed arbitrators impact independence and impartiality?
When and why should an arbitrator be challenged?
How much uniformity exists among the various sets of institutional rules and guidelines, relating in particular to the constitution of the arbitral tribunal?
Contributors hail from a representative range of major commercial jurisdictions, including England, France, Germany, Singapore, Switzerland, and the United States.
How this will help you:
With profoundly informed, practice-based views from users, arbitral institutions, major jurisdictions, and practitioners, this exceptionally comprehensive overview of arbitrators’ conflicts of interest will expedite the informed choice of jurisdictions and arbitral institutions for users and assist arbitrators in ascertaining their disclosure obligations. It will be well-appreciated by corporate counsel, arbitral institutions, arbitrators, judges, and academics interested in international arbitration.
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