Players' Interaction in International Arbitration - Institute Dossier IX

No. P737E

ISBN : 978-92-842-0167-9

'Players Interaction in International Arbitration' develops how Arbitration is a consensual justice. International arbitration, as opposed to state justice, allows to adapt the proceedings to the characteristics of each case taking into account the parties’ mutual expectations and their cultural origins.

Numerous factors however can affect the arbitration procedure. Learn how to prepare effectively for international arbitration cases and find answers to questions like

  • What are the duties different actors of arbitration have towards others?
  • What is the proper balance between arbitrators’ immunity and liability?
  • To which extent is transparency needed?
  • Which means should be implemented to ensure a smooth functioning of the arbitral tribunal?
  • What are the challenges arbitral institutions have to cope with?

“‘Player’s’ interaction in international arbitration” presents means to ensure that arbitration remains a real alternative to state justice, efficient, harmonious and at the same time respectful of the parties’ rights.  Written by some of today’s leading experts, this Dossier takes into account the points of view of all ‘players’ concerned: arbitrators, counsel, corporate lawyers and arbitral institutions. A must-read for anyone involved in international arbitration. 

With this publication, the ICC Institute of World Business Law fulfils its dual mission: training and acting as a think-tank for the International Chamber of Commerce particularly in the field of arbitration. The International Chamber of Commerce, the World Business Organization, is the global leader in the development of standards, rules and guidelines for international trade. 

Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0167-9
Weight : 0.3000 kgs
Number of pages : 179
Publishing date : 2012
Language : English
Format in cm : 16*23.9

Foreword / Yves Derains

Introduction / Bernard Hanotiau, Co-Editor


  1. Chapter One: What Duties Do Counsel Owe to the Trib Unal And Why? / Horacio A. Grigera Naón
  2. Chapter Two: Document Exchanges and the Collision of Ethic Al Duties of Counsel From Different Legal Systems / Doak Bishop and Margrete Stevens
  3. Chapter Three: The Role Of Users / V.V. Veeder
  4. Chapter Four: In-House Counsel: Why They Should Be More Involved In The Arbi Tral Process / Karl Hennessee
  5. Chapter Five: The Trib Unal’s Rights and Duties: What Do Parties And Arbi Trators Bargain For? / Julian .M. Lew, Qc
  6. Chapter Six: The Chairman’s Role in the Arbi Tral Trib Unal’s Dynamics / Laurent Lévy
  7. Chapter Seven: Secretaries To Arbitral Tribunals Constantine Partasides
  8. Chapter Eight: Immunity and Liabi Lity Of Arbi Trators: What Is The Proper Balance? / Eduardo Silva Romero
  9. Chapter Nine: Do Institutions Really Add Value to the Arbi Tral Process? / Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel
  10. Chapter Ten: Reciprocal Duties of Institutions and Arbitrators / Peter Leaver, Qc
  11. Chapter Eleven: Transparency: Is It Really Needed and to What Extent? / Judith Gill, Qc
  12. Chapter Twelve: Liability of Arbitration Institutions: What Does The Future Hold? / Teresa Y.W Cheng and Justin Li
  13. Chapter Thirteen: Debate: Does Each Player Meet the Others’ Expectations? Does The Arbitration Process Meet the Users’ Expectations? / Jean-Andre Diaz, Hamid Gharavi, Annette Magnusson, Pierre Tercier


Concluding Remarks

 Alexis Mourre, Co-Editor


Table Of Cases

About The Authors

The International Chamber Of Commerce

Some Icc Specialized Divisions

Icc Publication For Global Business

Latest Arbitration Publication From Icc



Bernard Hanotiau

Alexis Mourre 


Yves Derains

Bernard Hanotiau

Horacio A. Grigera Naón

Doak Bishop

Margrete Stevens

V.V. Veeder

Karl Hennessee

Julian D.M. Lew

Laurent Lévy

Constantine Partasides

Eduardo Silva Romero

Karl-Heinz Böckstiegel

Peter Leaver

Judith Gill

Teresa Y.W Cheng

Justin Li

Jean-Andre Diaz

Hamid Gharavi

Annette Magnusson

Pierre Tercier

Alexis Mourre