Arbitration.ru, November-December 2021: Choice of arbitrator
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The anniversary 30th issue of Arbitration.ru focuses on the problem of choosing an arbitrator by the parties to arbitration proceedings. The features one would expect in an accomplished professional include experience, education, understanding of the specifics of the dispute, proactive conduct of the proceedings, and, of course, impartiality and independence. In our latest issue, the readers can learn more about these criteria, as well as where and how to look for your perfect candidate.
In this issue:
•VIEWS FROM THE EAST: UPDATES AND TRENDS FROM RUSSIA AND CIS-RELATED ARBITRATION. Daniel Hayward, Fieldfisher. P. 7.
•THE U.K. SUPREME COURT CLARIFIES AN ARBITRATOR’S DUTY OF DISCLOSURE: HALLIBURTON V CHUBB. Matteo Angelini, Charlie Caher, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, London. P. 15.
•MEMBERS’ INDEPENDENCE AND IMPARTIALITY UNDER FIDIC 1999/2017 DAB/DAAB EDITIONS. A COMPARATIVE VIEW. Cremona Ana Maria Cotovelea, LL.M, Romania. P. 16.
•JOHN BEECHEY CBE and ALEXIS MOURRE on FIRST APPOINTMENT AND SUCCESS. P. 30.