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A Practical Guide to the SIAC Rules

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 448
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2018
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Book Description

A Practical Guide to the SIAC Rules offers a detailed, article-by-article commentary on the latest version of the SIAC Rules, which were launched in the latter part of 2016. Written in a practical and accessible style, it provides references to relevant court judgments and statutory provisions. The Guide is a product of extensive research on the Rules, in particular, on the operation and impact of many of the new provisions since their very recent introduction.

 

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Table of Contents

 

A. Introduction
B. Commencement of Arbitration
C. Multiple Contracts, Parties, and Arbitrations
D. Formation of Arbitral Tribunal and Challenge of Arbitrators
E. Conduct of the Arbitration
F. Powers of the Tribunal
G. Awards and Relief
H. Costs
I. Miscellaneous

About the Author(s)

 


Paul Sandosham is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice of Clifford Chance and acts as counsel in court and international arbitration proceedings. He is also regularly appointed as sole arbitrator or tribunal chairman in international arbitrations and is on the panel of arbitrators of many arbitral institutions. He is admitted to the Singapore bar and is on the rolls of solicitors of England & Wales. Paul is a qualified Chartered Arbitrator. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, a board member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Singapore) Ltd and chairman of the international arbitration sub-committee of the Law Society ADR committee. He is recognised as a leading dispute resolution practitioner in numerous independent legal directories.

Nish Shetty is a partner and leads the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Asia Pacific practice in Clifford Chance. He has advised on many complex cross-jurisdictional disputes in the past 22 years including arbitrations in Asia and Europe. Nish is on the panel of arbitrators of most of the key arbitral institutions in the region and beyond. He is widely recognised as a leader in the field of dispute resolution. Nish is qualified in both England & Wales and Singapore. He is also the founder and ex-chairman of the SIAC’s Users Council, the Co-Chair of the Council of Arbitration of the Mumbai Centre for International Arbitration and the first in Asia to be appointed as a Judge of Appeal on the FIA International Court of Appeal in Paris.

Harpreet Singh Nehal SC is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice of Clifford Chance. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2007. A former Justices’ Law Clerk and graduate of Harvard Law School, Harpreet’s main areas of practice involve international arbitration and complex commercial litigation across a wide spectrum of disputes. Harpreet is admitted in Singapore. He is consistently recognised as a leading individual in a number of independent legal directories.

Kabir Singh is a partner in the International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution practice of Clifford Chance. He specialises in international arbitration with a focus on disputes originating out of India and Indonesia. He is admitted to the Singapore bar and is admitted in England and Wales. Kabir has acted as counsel on numerous cases under the rules of major international arbitration institutions, including SIAC, ICC, LCIA and HKIAC, and developed an active practice as arbitrator in several SIAC and ad hoc arbitrations. Kabir is listed in Who's Who Legal: Arbitration – Future Leaders 2017 aged 45 and under. In 2015 he was ranked in Singapore Business Review “40 most influential lawyers aged 40 and under”.