Do arbitral awards reveal the truth?

Editor: Luc Demeyere Authors: Daan Asser, Patrick Baeten, Dirk De Meulemeester, Hetty de Rooij, Vanessa Foncke, Bernard Hanotiau, Yves Herinckx, Rob Hoefnagels, Luc Imbrechts, Gerard Meijer, Laurent Robert, Rieme-Jan Tjittes, Dirk van Gerven, Marieke van Hooijdonk, Dorothée Vermeiren

Reports from the third joint CEPANI-NAI colloquium held on March 21, 2019.

Livre - 142 p.
Date de publication : 11/03/2019

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The arbitral award is the outcome of arbitral proceedings during which the parties may have presented opposing facts, views and arguments.

One of the main concerns of the stakeholders in these proceedings is to detect dishonesty or disinformation, but is this sufficient to establish the truth? Is the truth multifaceted or plain?

After an introductory essay, a Belgian and a Dutch practitioner jointly analyse the instruments available for parties, for counsel and for arbitrators, their use and effectiveness.

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Code EAN/ISBN: 9789403007670
Code de commande: BP/CEPANI-BI19001
Type de publication: Livre
Nombre de pages: 142 p.

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