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This book provides a forum for discussion of current issues and debates in international arbitration, covering the independence and impartiality of arbitrators; how conflicting interests may affect the conduct of arbitrators; the enforcement of arbitral awards, principally under grounds of procedural irregularity; how to resolve issues of misconduct by arbitrators during proceedings; and the current judicial interpretation of arbitration clauses. In England, the key legislation which governs these issues is contained in the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Arbitration Act). Also influential in shaping these issues are the procedural rules of specific arbitral institutions, and the guidance published by organisations such as the International Bar Association (the IBA).
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