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Arbitration Commentary and Sources by Ercus Stewart
  

Arbitration Commentary and Sources

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Arbitration Commentary and Sources by Ercus Stewart

Irish law. All the essential materials on arbitration in one place with commentary by Ireland's leading arbitration practitioner. Arbitration is a method of dispute resolution. It has traditionally been practised almost exclusively within the construction industry, but more recently has spread to all areas of commercial activity. This book succeeds in bringing the subject up-to-date, providing easy access to all the essential, current materials on the subject. EURO PRICE: 130 Please note Bloomsbury Professional acquired this title from First Law in July 2010.

About the Author

Ercus Stewart SC has practised in the area of arbitration for over 30 years, has written articles on the subject and is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars.

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Book Info

Publication date

28th February 2003

Author

Ercus Stewart

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Publisher

First Law an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Format

Hardback
550 pages

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ISBN

9781904480068

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