MAINTAINING THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF ARBITRATION IN A CHANGING WORLD: THE ACICA ARBITRATION RULES AND THE SIAC ARBITRATION RULES
Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration – Singapore International Arbitration Centre – Arbitration – Emergency Arbitrator – Interim Measures of Protection – Consolidation – Joinder – Confidentiality – Experts – Mediation – Judicialization of Arbitration – Popularity of Arbitration This article reviews the revised arbitration rules adopted by the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. The rules of these prominent arbitration institutions are described, analysed and compared with each other. The authors concentrate on the most important revisions, including those relating to emergency arbitrators, interim measures of protection, and consolidation and joinder, among others. They argue that both sets of rules were revised to enhance procedural efficiency and to ensure international best practice in a world where arbitration is under fire for being too “judicialized”. The authors also consider why there appears to be a ‘race’ to revise institutional arbitration rules.
moens, gabriel; Andersen, Camilla; and albin, tracy
"MAINTAINING THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF ARBITRATION IN A CHANGING WORLD: THE ACICA ARBITRATION RULES AND THE SIAC ARBITRATION RULES,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 2018:
74, Article 12.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2018/iss74/12