For many parties to international contracts, arbitration has proven to be the most effective means of dispute resolution, yet too many of such contracts still founder on the rocks of defective dispute resolution clauses. This acclaimed book shows practitioners how to steer clear of those all-too common obstacles by drafting fully-informed, comprehensive contract provisions at the outset.
With this newly updated edition of the Freshfields Guide to Arbitration Clauses in International Contracts - still in the concise, attractive format that made the original so popular - lawyers and business people will confidently negotiate contracts that ensure a speedy, clear-cut resolution of any dispute likely to arise. Taking into account the many significant developments in the law and practice of international arbitration that have occurred over the years since the previous editions, it offers:
- clear, uncomplicated contract-drafting advice, derived from the authors' wide-ranging practical experience;
- model clauses that ensure the effectiveness of dispute resolution provisions - and avoid pitfalls, and
- important reference materials.
With this new edition The Freshfields Guide to Arbitration Clauses in International Contracts reaffirms itself as the preferred short guide for busy contract negotiators. It will help them to draft provisions that will weather disputes, preserve transactions, and foster long-lasting relationships between parties.
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