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Evidence Taking in International Commercial Arbitration: A Clash of Legal Cultures
Evidence Taking in International Commercial Arbitration: A Clash of Legal Cultures

Author(s): Slavomir Halla
Subject(s): Civil Law, International Law, Commercial Law
Published by: Masarykova univerzita
Keywords: Discovery; Document Production; International Commercial Arbitration; Setting Aside of Arbitral Award;
Summary/Abstract: Taking of evidence represents a crucial step in any legal proceeding. Nation allaws on procedure commonly contain a detailed list of rules relating to evidence taking and their evaluation. However, if one considers international commercial arbitration such a list does not exist. Among various reasons, one is simple a different point of origin when the court or tribunal assesses evidence and the scope of its taking.

  • Page Range: 55-71
  • Page Count: 17
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: English