A Guide to the HKIAC Arbitration Rules (inbunden)
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A Guide to the HKIAC Arbitration Rules (inbunden)

A Guide to the HKIAC Arbitration Rules

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The second edition of a commentary on the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) Administered Arbitration Rules providing practitioners with an inside perspective on how the HKIAC administers arbitrations under their rules.
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Dr Michael J Moser is an international arbitrator, mediator, and attorney-at-law. He is currently an arbitrator member of 20 Essex Street Chambers in London, also maintaining offices in Hong Kong and Beijing. He is Honorary Past Chairman of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Vice President of APRAG, a past Court Member of the London Court of International Arbitration, and a Board Member of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Dr Moser has been advising foreign clients in the Asia-Pacific region and the People's Republic of China since 1980. He was the first foreign national to be appointed as an arbitrator in China. Chiann Bao is an international arbitrator at Arbitration Chambers, with offices in Hong Kong, London and New York. From 2010 to 2016, she served as the Secretary General of the HKIAC and was subsequently appointed as a Council Member of the HKIAC. She is currently Vice President of the ICC Court of Arbitration, Chair of the ICC Commission's Task Force on ADR and Arbitration and Vice Chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee. She is an honorary senior fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a CEDR-accredited mediator.


1: Introduction to Arbitration in Hong Kong 2: The Legal Arbitration Framework 3: Introduction to HKIAC 4: Model Arbitration Clauses 5: General Provisions of the HKIAC Rules 6: Commencement of the Arbitration 7: Arbitral Tribunal 8: Emergency Relief and Interim Measures of Protection 9: Conduct of the Arbitration 10: Complex Arbitrations 11: Awards, Decisions, and Orders of the Arbitral Tribunal 12: Expedited and Early Determination Procedure 13: Other Provisions Appendix 1: Summary of Advantages of Arbitrating in Hong Kong Appendix 2: Summary of Advantages of Arbitrating at HKIAC Appendix 3: Administered Arbitration Rules 2018 Appendix 4: HKIAC Practice Notes Appendix 5: Arbitrator's Declaration of Acceptance and Statement of Availability, Impartiality, and Independence Appendix 6: HKIAC Model Arbitration Clauses Appendix 7: HKIAC Procedures for the Administration of Arbitration under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules Appendix 8: HKIAC Guidelines on the Use of a Secretary to the Arbitral Appendix 9: Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance Appendix 10: Arbitration (Appointment of Arbitrators and Mediators and Decision on Number of Arbitrators) Rules Appendix 11: HKIAC Case Statistics Appendix 12: Statistics on Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Hong Kong