Joe Neuhaus and Andrew Finn co-authored the chapter “The 2020 IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration: A History and Discussion of the 2020 Revisions” in Global Arbitration Review’s The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration. The authors note that the “revisions made in the 2020 IBA Rules were significant but not sweeping. There was little reason to make wide-ranging changes to the well-used provisions of the 2010 Rules, or to disturb the carefully balanced compromises between civil and common law practice that the IBA Rules embody.”
Joe also served as co-editor of the Guide. “Nearly every arbitration involves the taking of evidence,” he and his co-editors write in the introduction. “Thus, procedural questions around the process for taking evidence are some of the most common and the most important in arbitration.”
Read “The Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration.”
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