A guide to the arbitral tribunal’s decision-making
Stockholm remains a highly ranked venue for international dispute resolution. The recently published 2021 edition of the Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook offers interesting reading on current topics and guidance to Swedish case law related to arbitration.
Each year, Stockholm is the arbitration seat of choice for numerous parties endeavouring to resolve international disputes.
The Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook publication is launched under the auspices of the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, and designed to meet the information needs of arbitration practitioners and parties from all over the world.
The present edition’s topics include:
• a guide to the arbitral tribunal’s deliberation and decision-making;
• getting unwilling witnesses to appear;
• recent Swedish case law related to arbitration;
• claims based on fraud and other non-contractual claims;
• two parties with several arbitration agreements; and
• interaction between experts and the arbitral tribunal.
The Yearbook provides both perspective and detailed analyses to arbitration practitioners, counsel and judges deciding arbitration cases. It also provides valuable insights for arbitration academics, in-house counsel at multinational companies and arbitral institutions worldwide.
The Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook 2021 is edited by:
Axel Calissendorff, lawyer and partner at Calissendorff Advokatbyrå. His expertise lies in corporate governance, dispute resolution, M&A, as well as intellectual property law and freedom of expression issues.
Patrik Schöldström, Judge of Appeal, Svea Court of Appeal. Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Stockholm University. Arbitrator. Former member of the Swedish bar.
More information and the table of content >> here (pdf)
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