'This book is an excellent resource not only for ADR practitioners but also for members of the international business community' Dispute Resolution Journal
Arbitration of Commercial Disputes is now reissued in paperback, providing lawyers with a convenient research tool for ail issues concerning English and international commercial arbitration and constituting an ideal primer for students and business professionals coming to arbitration for the first time.
This unique book provides an excellent understanding of both international and domestic arbitration law.
The first section focuses on the fundamental principles of international arbitration law. The UNCITRAL Model Law and the New York Convention are the starting points for this analysis.
The second section focuses on the English Arbitration Act 1996.1t is a tcxtbook in its own right.
A full set of precedents is included, covering arbitration agreements, mediation agreements, draft procedural applications, pleadings, and awards.
About the authors :
Andrew Tweeddale is a Chartered Arbitrator and a Solicitor-Advocate at Corbett & Co, a leading firm of international construction lawyers. hie has had extensive experience in domestic and international arbitration in the construction and engineering industry and has written numerous articles on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.
Keren Tweeddale practised at the Bar for several years before becoming a Senior Lecturer at London South Bank University, specializing in arbitration and dispute resolution. Keren gives seminars on arbitration law to law firms, various businesses, corporations, and universities. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.