The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration - 2nd Edition

The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration - 2nd Edition

Pages: 301

ISBN: 978-1-80449-260-4

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Released to coincide with the new IBA rules on evidence, The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration steers a course through what can otherwise be one of the most divisive topics in international arbitration. The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration fills a gap in the literature by bringing together law and practice and providing a holistic view of the issues surrounding evidence in international arbitration, from strategic, cultural and ethical questions to what to do in certain settings. Along the way it offers various proposals for improvements to the received approach.



 1. Introduction, Amy C Kläsener, Martin Magál and Joseph E Neuhaus


  1.  Approaches to Evidence across Legal Cultures, James Hope, Marcus Eklund
  2. The 2020 IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration: A History and Discussion of the 2020 Revisions, Joseph E Neuhaus, Andrew J Finn and David S Blackman
  3. The Prague Rules: Fresh Prospects for Designing a Bespoke Process, Janet Walker
  4. Party and Counsel Ethics in the Taking of Evidence, Amy C Kläsener and Courtney Lotfi
  5. Approaches to Managing Evidence as Criteria for Selecting Arbitrators, Michael McIlwrath
  6. Planning and Organising Effective Procedures for Taking Evidence, Beata Gessel-Kalinowska vel Kalisz, Joanna Kisielin´ska-Garncarek, Barbara Tomczyk and Łukasz Ostas
  7. Evidentiary ObjectionsCinzia Catelli and Romana Weinöhrl-Brüggemann
  8. Standards of Proof and Requirements for Evidence in Special SituationsMichael Hwang SC and Clarissa Chern
  9. Perspectives on Document Disclosure, Damián Vallejo and Esther Romay
  10. Using Technology and e-Disclosure, Julia Sherman, Himmy Lui, Kelly Renehan and Anish Patel
  11. Managing Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues, Erik G W Schäfer
  12. Best Practices for Presenting Quantum Evidence, Laura Hardin and Trevor Dick
  13. Special Issues Arising when Taking Evidence from State Parties, Stefan Riegler, Oleg Temnikov and Venus Valentina Wong
  14. Special Mechanisms for Obtaining Evidence, Anna Masser, Lucia Raimanová, Kendall Pauley and Peter Plachý
  15. Artificial Intelligence in Arbitration: Evidentiary Issues and Prospects, Martin Magál, Katrina Limond and Alexander Calthrop

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