Opening the Black Box of Conflicts of Interest

1re édition 2016

Olivier Caprasse, Kristof Cox, Filip De Ly +

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Description

The credibility of arbitration is, inter alia, determined by the absence of justified or perceived conflicts of interest that may affect the relationships between the arbitrators, the parties and the parties’ representatives.

The nature of human relationships gives rise to a wide range of situations. Having the best interest of swift arbitration proceedings in mind, both CEPANI and the NAI have collected for arbitration users and practitioners authentic (and completely anonymous) issues that they have encountered as arbitral institutions and that required a solution to guarantee fair and proper proceedings. This study provides a unique insight into the world of conflicts of interest. The case studies of both bodies have as a backdrop Belgian and Dutch legislation. Experiences and practices beyond these two countries are also highlighted.

Lastly, highly experienced arbitration practitioners provide comment on additional case studies.

Mnemo

OPBLABOX

Langue

EN

ISBN

9782802755265

Nombre de pages

262

Date de parution

Juin 2016

Liste des contributeurs

Auteurs

  • Olivier Caprasse : Advocaat bij de balie te Brussels; decaan van de faculteit rechten te Luik; Professor in de rechten aan de Université de Liège en aan de Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • Kristof Cox : Legal Consultant Deloitte; Navorser K.U. Leuven
  • Filip De Ly
  • Bart Groen
  • Bernard Hanotiau
  • Gerard Meijer
  • M. Melanie
  • Vera Van Houtte
  • Sophia von Dewall

Voorwoord door

  • Dirk De Meulemeester : Advocaat aan de balie te Gent en te Parijs
  • Willem van Baren

Autres collaborateurs

This book gathers the contributions of : Kristof Cox, Olivier Caprasse, Filip De Ly, Dirk De Meulemeester, Bart Groen, Bernard Hanotiau, Gerard Meijer, Willem van Baren, Vera Van Houtte, Melanie van Leeuwen and Sophia von Dewall.