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Delivering Infrastructure: International Best Practice - Administered Arbitration

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Denis Bensaude

August 2002

A paper based on a talk given to the conference 'Delivering Infrastructure:
International Best Practice' organised by the Society of Construction
Law, Centre of Construction Law at King's College London, European
Society for Construction Law and Society of Construction Arbitrators and
held in London on 12th July 2002.

Denis Bensaude looks at the advantages of arbitration, and arbitration
administered by the International Chamber of Commerce in particular. He
explains the distinctive features of ICC arbitration, including the work
of the Secretariat, designation of arbitrators, assistance given in ad
hoc arbitrations, the steps taken to monitor the arbitral process, arbitrator
remuneration, time limits, terms of reference, scrutiny of the final award,
as well as its other dispute resolution services.

Introduction - Advantages of arbitration - ICC arbitration:
distinctive features - Other dispute resolution services.

The author: Denis Bensaude is Counsel for the International Court of
Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris; he is an
avocet and a member of the New York Bar.

Text 10 pages.

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