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HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules - Article-by-Article Commentary

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Im Zentrum der PraxisDie Arbitration Rules des Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre ("2018 HKIAC Rules") gehören in der Anwendungspraxis zu den wichtigsten Regelwerken der Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit. Der KommentarDer neue Kommentar von Wiegand/Altenkirch erläutert in allen Einzelheiten die zum Teil hochstrittigen Anwendungsfragen rund um der HKIAC-Regeln 2018. Geschrieben für die Praxis wendet sich der neue Kommentar an Schiedsrichter, Anwälte sowie alle Parteien in Schiedsverfahren.


The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) Administered Arbitration Rules (“2018 HKIAC Rules”) are one of the market-leading sets of arbitration rules.
This book is an article-by-article commentary, filled with practical insights and recommendations regarding the application of the 2018 HKIAC Rules. The book introduces important novelties and highlights changes to the 2013 HKIAC Rules, and it provides in-depth information on the purpose of each provision. It explains how the 2018 HKIAC Rules are applied in practice and is therefore a valuable resource for arbitrators, counsel, and parties.

Dr. Nicolas Wiegand, Managing Partner at CMS Hong Kong, is specialised in construction, commercial and investment arbitration. He has acted as counsel and arbitrator in more than 130 large-scale disputes under all major institutional rules and in ad hoc disputes.

Dr. Markus Altenkirch, LL.M. is a lawyer at Baker McKenzie's International Arbitration team in Germany. He regularly works for clients from Asia and has a particular expertise in arbitration proceedings in the region.

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