Just published: Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook 2019
SCC legal counsel Alison Tibell has contributed a chapter to the new annual publication, while SCC legal Anja Ipp is a member of the Editorial Committee.
This new publication by Kluwer Law International, launched under the auspices of the Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, is designed to meet the information needs of arbitration practitioners and parties from all over the world. The Yearbook, provides authoritative articles, some of them with a Swedish angle, that address current matters of global concern in arbitration, including the following:
- multi-appointment bias
- cross-examination and advocacy in arbitration
- due process: paranoia or prudence?
- robots as arbitrators
- security for costs and third-party funding in investment arbitration
- the ‘Arbitration Station’ podcast
Recent developments in Swedish arbitration-related case law are summarized and the 2019 changes in the Swedish Arbitration Act are presented.
Edited by: Axel Calissendorff, Patrik Schöldström.
Assisted by: Niklas Berntorp.
By: Joel Dahlquist Cullborg, Christer Danielsson, Oskar Gentele, Lucy Greenwood, Bruno Gustafsson, Kaj Hober, James Hope, Brian Kotick, Claes Lundblad, Ewan McKendrick QC, Robin Oldenstam, Alison Tibell.