Exploring The Application Of Section 3.1.3 Of The IBA Guidelines



Kaizar Setiadji(1*), Heza Ramanda(2)

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Abstract


The topic of Repeated Appointments or Repeating Arbitrator has been vastly discussed since the launch of the 2004 IBA Guidelines as well as the Orange List in Section 3.1.3 of the 2010 IBA Guidelines. An arbitrator’s neutrality or impartiality may be directly impacted by its multiple appointment by the same or affiliated parties. This phenomenon becomes an interesting subject of research and deliberation by academicians and practioners. This Article then serves as a reflective report to the existing framework, practices, case laws and application of Section 3.1.3 of the IBA Guidelines.


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international arbitration, repeated appointments, repeating arbitrator, 2004 IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration

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