A step-by-step guide to an arbitration at the Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre (ADCCAC) under the Rules. Free Practical Law trial. The new Rules — which are effective from 20 October and will apply to all ADCCAC arbitrations from 20 October , regardless of. table shows, the ADCCAC Rules now have more features in common with ADCCAC’s previous arbitration rules, which had been in.
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The New ADCCAC Arbitration Rules: Evolution or Revolution? – Kluwer Arbitration Blog
All this, and much more, in our monthly highlights. It may take a few minutes to reach its recipient s depending on the size of the document s. Unfortunately, you have reached the maximum number of items allowed. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. It is, of course, difficult to deny that the new Rules are a huge improvement on the old ADCCAC Regulations, as they were called in their now outdated form.
This may cause some unforeseen procedural difficulties and possibly discriminate against non-Arabic speakers in the future appointment as arbitrators in ADCCAC arbitrations. Such example clauses are also called: We also highlight analysis of key decisions of the English and Welsh court on issue estoppel in arbitration Emiratesserious irregularity challenges Maassapplications for determination of preliminary points of law Turner Estate and confidentiality Webbas well as analysis of many developments in the fields of international commercial and investment treaty arbitration, with expert views from leading practitioners, including Yas Banifatemi, Karel Daele, Xavier Nyssen and Jonathan Choo.
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Arbitration cases rise on introduction of new rules at ADCCAC in Abu Dhabi
ADGM said its arbitration centre will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology and hearing facilities, which will be available to all parties seeking to resolve their disputes through arbitration or mediation. Essentially, the old Regulations have been entirely re-written, the title of the new Regulations being the only reminiscence of their outdated predecessor.
It also sets out the ADCCAC requirements of neutrality and impartiality and the procedure for challenging an arbitrator. This being said, given their procedural detail, there would in any event seem to be little sense in the parallel application of the new ADCCAC Regulations and another set of institutional or other rules in one and the same arbitration proceeding.
It is to be hoped that modern practitioners under the Rules will interpret this Article to mean ordinary hearings within the meaning given to them in international arbitration practice. It is to be hoped that the semantic and procedural shortcomings discussed above will not affect the practice of arbitration under the new Rules.
This being said, there are some disappointing semantic inconsistencies and procedural shortcomings in the new set of Rules, which — given the time the new Rules rupes taken to gestate and the expertise that should have and no doubt will have been invested into their re-drafting — are almost unforgivable. Sorry, you have reached the maximum documents that you can select; please select 50 documents or less.
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It analyses the advantages and disadvantages of using the UAE or the DIFC as a seat of arbitration, including issues relating to applicable law, formalities, interim measures, confidentiality, costs, and ratification of local and foreign awards. No doubt, taking these improvements together, they amount to more than a mere evolution of the former ADCCAC Regulations and may arguably have ru,es potential: It covers when the award must be issued and challenges to the award for errors, failing to deal with a rlues and ambiguity.
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