Episode 1 concluded with the three arbitrators mentally preparing themselves for aggravation – a word that covers a variety of antagonistic behaviours.
The Chair asks for the arbitrators’ fees. Why? Because the sum that is to be requested from the parties starts with the Tribunal’s fees and expenses
You are party Arbitrator A for Claimants. The other winger is Arbitrator B + well known in arbitration circles.
A pause whilst this Column reviews its way forward. In a phrase – More Of The Same. That is to say fictional arbitrations +
This is the final episode of the focus on the responsibilities of an arbitrator facing issues of delays, promptness, over-bearing fellow wingers, inactive fellow wingers, being individually responsible
In the last six episodes I have been focusing on arbitrators’ standards of performance. They are so important to the discharge of your duties
Another overlooked issue in the training of arbitrators is about being timely. It impacts on a number of issues in the conduct of an arbitration hearing.
Mr Graham Perry M.A. Cantab FCIArb
Experienced Arbitration Lawyer | China & Chinese Business Affairs | Public Speaker/Lecturer