What Counsel in Arbitration can do, must do or must not do?

1re édition 2015

Vanessa Foncke, Benoît Kohl

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Description

This book regroups the presentations rendered at the CEPANI40 conference on 20 October 2015 putting the spotlight on counsel as one of the crucial actors/interlocutors in arbitration. The book and conference continue a tradition started by its co-founders in 2006 of focusing in a very practical manner on various trending aspects of the arbitral process.

Most recently the interest in and attention to counsel behavior in arbitration emerged, notably from an ethical point of view. This not surprising considering the multifaceted nature of this legal profession, in which counsel bear legal, professional and moral responsibility vis-à-vis clients, the arbitral tribunal, colleagues, the legal community and society at large. The first part of this book is therefore specifically dedicated to ethical questions regarding counsel conduct in arbitration.

CEPANI40 however also remains true to its mission statement of providing insight and practical advice to young(er) arbitration practitioners. As such the second subtopic of the book deals with various aspects of client representation prior to, throughout and subsequent to the arbitral proceedings: from identifying the right forum for the client’s claims, over assisting the client in drafting arbitration clauses, to effectively enforcing arbitral awards.

Finally, a panel of four seasoned and renowned arbitration practitioners has accepted to share their experiences, each from their own point of view as international arbitrator, counsel, arbitral institution and in-house counsel, by providing hands on practical tips and tricks on how a counsel in arbitration should (not) act.

Sommaire

Preface
Introduction

WHAT COUNSEL IN ARBITRATION CAN DO, MUST DO OR MUST NOT DO
Ethical Questions Regarding Counsel Conduct in Arbitration: Example of the LCIA Guidelines
Choosing the right forum for your client’s dispute
Drafting arbitration clauses
Successfully enforcing an arbitral award

PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW (NOT) TO BEHAVE AS COUNSEL IN ARBITRATION – PRACTICAL TIPS AND OBSERVATIONS
Arbitrator’s point of view
Counsel’s point of view
Client’s point of view
Institution’s point of view

SCHEDULE I: BELGIAN JUDICIAL CODE PROVISIONS RELATING TO ARBITRATION

Arbitration (sixth part of the Belgian Judicial Code)

SCHEDULE II: CEPANI ARBITRATION RULES

Standard arbitration clause
Uncitral arbitration clause
Arbitration rules
Schedule I: Scale of costs for arbitration
Schedule II: Parties’ costs
Schedule III: Rules of good conduct for proceedings organized by CEPANI

Mnemo

COUARBI

Langue

EN

ISBN

9782802751212

Nombre de pages

218

Date de parution

Octobre 2015

Liste des contributeurs

Onder de redactie van

  • Vanessa Foncke
  • Benoît Kohl

Auteurs

  • Hakim Boularbah : Advocaat bij de balie te Brussels, hoogleraar aan de Vrije Universiteit Brussels, directeur van de eenheid van het gerechtelijk recht aan de Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  • Filip De Ly
  • Pascal Hollander
  • Luc Imbrechts
  • Joachim Knoll
  • Françoise Lefèvre
  • Maxi Scherer
  • Emma Van Campenhoudt

Voorwoord door

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