New ICC Institute Dossier tackles “Players’ Interaction in International Arbitration”
The ICC Institute of World Business Law has published “Players’ Interaction in International Arbitration”, a dossier highlighting how key actors in arbitration cases – and the way they interact – can help achieve justice while keeping delays and costs down.
The new publication is ninth in the series of Institute Dossiers that compile topical analysis and proposals from leading international arbitrators and practitioners.
“Dossier IX is set to become another great vintage work in the Institute’s collection. It’s a rich source of timely information for anyone working in the increasingly complex field of international arbitration,” said Yves Derains, Chairman of the ICC Institute of World Business Law and Member of the Paris bar.
Co-editors and ICC Institute Council Member and Vice-Chairman, Bernard Hanotiau and Alexis Mourre, hope the understanding brought by Dossier IX will contribute to bringing about a more harmonious, speedy and cost-efficient arbitration process that respects the legitimate expectations of the parties.
“Players’ Interaction in international arbitration” tackles four main themes:
– the duties that counsel and parties have towards each other and towards the arbitral tribunal;
– the efficient functioning of the arbitral tribunal;
– the role and value of institutions;
– the extent to which the arbitration process and its users meet players’ expectations.
The Dossiers are the outcome of the ICC Institute of World Business Law’s annual meetings, where experts come from around the globe to discuss salient issues of international commercial law.
This year’s Annual Meeting will focus on “Third party funding in International Arbitration” and will take place at ICC headquarters in Paris on Monday 26 November 2012.
If you wish to consult the other publications in the Dossiers of the Institute series, please visit the ICCBookstore.