Independence needed from all major actors, argues ASA president
In a lecture in Sydney, the president of the Swiss Arbitration Association, Elliott Geisinger, has argued that duties of independence fall on counsel, experts and arbitral institutions as well as arbitrators, even though they are not enshrined in statute or treaty and are rarely the subject of analysis.
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