✓ to provide a general introduction to each topic
✓ tor provide a detailed guide for particular common tasks related to the topic with citations to more detailed sources
✓function as a convenient reference guide providing up-to-date knowledge on specific points”
Each topic conforms to the same organizational outline:
- Introduction to help orientate and introduce less experiences practitioners to the subject matter, and to remind more experienced readers of the key points and any emerging trends
- Important considerations that highlight the most important practical guidance, including potential pitfalls and main
decision points for parties
- Comparative notes follow a set structure that will empower parties choosing among institutions or seats of arbitration to make an informed choice, and second, to equip parties with the knowledge needed to work within institution rules or at a seat of arbitration that have already been chosen
- Each topic has 15 jurisdictions and 15 institutions, including the most important ones
Comparative Notes addresses one of the unique and challenging issues in international arbitration, selecting among institutions or jurisdictions and understanding the rules related to those options. Each topic includes relevant text and links to full text documents for for 15 jurisdictions and 15 institutions, including the most important ones.
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