Prominent and experienced international arbitrators and litigators discuss the rights and obligations of arbitrators during the deliberation and decision-making processes and provide invaluable insights based on their years of personal experience. Issues discussed and analyzed include: • Steps and issues in deliberation and decision-making including the organization and form of deliberations and the drafting of the award. • Conflict in deliberations including how to handle bias and obstruction, structuring a bargaining process and dealing with dissenting opinions. • Assistance to the tribunal including the opinions, advantages and dangers with specific discussions regarding document production master and experts’ facilitator, the assistance of the secretary to the arbitral tribunal in drafting the award and the United Nations Compensation Commission’s utilization of experts. Inside the Black Box: How Arbitral Tribunals Operate and Reach Their Decisions also includes extremely useful arbitration materials including examples of a decision tree, dissenting opinion award, dissenting arbitrator refusing to sign the award, and an assortment of materials regarding the scheduling and qualifications of experts.
|Publisher||Juris Publishing, Inc.|
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