Scottish Arbitration Handbook
The Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010 has placed Scotland at the forefront of modern arbitration law and procedure.
The Act improves the range of options for domestic dispute resolution and has given Scotland the chance to establish itself as a centre for cross-border and international arbitration.
The Scottish Arbitration Handbook is an accessible and practical guide to the new law. It combines annotation of the 2010 Act and the new procedural rules with informed commentary on how the legislation is likely to affect the conduct of arbitration. The authors draw on their experience in practice to address the issues that commonly arise during the arbitration process.
- Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010, annotated
- Scottish Arbitration Rules, annotated
- new procedural rules contained in the Rules of Court
- analysis of the non-mandatory rules
- sample arbitration clauses or agreements
Under the 2010 Act, arbitration in Scotland is a flexible, confidential, speedy and costeffective procedure for the resolution of disputes. The Scottish Arbitration Handbook provides an invaluable source of information and guidance to all those considering arbitration in Scotland.
David R Parratt is a member of both the Scots and the English Bars and has rights of audience in arbitrations before Dubai International Finance Centre. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and an accredited mediator and lectures in dispute resolution at the University of Dundee.
Peter Foreman is a non-practising English solicitor and Chief Executive of Traprain Consultants Ltd, which provides advice on dispute resolution methods in an international context, and supports and manages dispute processes in the UK and overseas. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and an accredited mediator
|Publisher:||Avizandum Publishing Ltd|
|Author(s)||Parratt, D and Foreman, P|