Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010, Fraser Davidson, Hew R. Dundas and David Bartos - (Book review)
Article from: TDM 1 (2011), in Book Reviews & Related Materials
Scotland is not normally considered a common forum for international commercial arbitrations. One reason for this may be that until recently, the nation lagged behind its southern jurisdictional neighbour, England & Wales, in enactment of a modern statutory framework to regulate the arbitral process. With the Arbitration (Scotland) Act 2010, that lacuna has been filled. This detailed and comprehensive book is co-authored by three distinguished Scottish lawyers, one an academic, one an arbitrator (involved in the Act's drafting) and one a Scottish advocate. It will appeal to all ...