Stop Clock Hearing Procedures in Arbitration

Albert Monichino, 'Stop Clock Hearing Procedures in Arbitration' (2009) Asian Dispute Review 76.

7 Pages Posted: 26 May 2016

Date Written: July 10, 2009

Abstract

This article discusses the use of ‘stop clock’ or ‘chess clock’ oral hearing procedures in both domestic and international arbitrations and gives practical advice on the planning and preparation of such procedures.

Keywords: oral hearing procedures, international commercial arbitration, stop clock hearing, international arbitration, UNICITRAL, chess clock, hearing procedures, Böcksteigel Method

Suggested Citation

Monichino, Albert, Stop Clock Hearing Procedures in Arbitration (July 10, 2009). Albert Monichino, 'Stop Clock Hearing Procedures in Arbitration' (2009) Asian Dispute Review 76.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2784086

Albert Monichino (Contact Author)

Victorian Bar ( email )

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