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Nearly every arbitration involves the taking of evidence. The applicable procedures affect what evidence is introduced and how. This can, and often is, outcome determinative. Thus, procedural questions around the process for taking evidence are some of the most common and the most important in arbitration.
The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration draws together a group of highly experienced practitioners who address the issues surrounding evidence in international arbitration, from the strategic, cultural and ethical questions it can throw up to the specifics of certain situations.
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