Late-in-the-Day Arbitrator Challenges and Resignations: Anecdotes and Antidotes
Article from: TDM 1 (2017), in Guerrilla Tactics in International Arbitration & Litigation
This paper focuses on arbitrator challenges
and resignations that occur at a late stage in proceedings and the tools
available to minimize their disruptive effect. While some late challenges and
resignations are inevitable, spurious late challenges and resignations have
been identified amongst the arsenal of "guerrilla" tactics deployed
by parties to slow down, derail, or undermine arbitral proceedings.
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J. Levine; "Late-in-the-Day Arbitrator Challenges and Resignations: Anecdotes and Antidotes"
TDM 1 (2017), www.transnational-dispute-management.com