Arbitrating Under the 2012 ICC Rules: An Introductory User’s Guide
An introductory guide to arbitrating under the NEW ICC Rules of Arbitration, which differ significantly from the previous (1998) rules. This is the first guide on the ICC rules for non-specialists, whether private practice or in-house lawyers. Its aim is to do away with the mystique that shrouds ICC arbitration, so that all lawyers have a clearer understanding of the subject, for the purpose of (a) deciding whether to opt for ICC arbitration, (b) drafting ICC arbitration clauses and (c) handling actual ICC arbitrations in the most effective way. The book is written in such a way that either it can be read quickly in its entirety, for an overall understanding of how ICC arbitration works, or else specific parts can be read on their own to obtain rapid questions to specific questions.