Arbitration Law, 2nd Edition by Arran Dowling-Hussey and Derek Dunne

Author : Arran Dowling-Hussey

Author : Derek Dunne
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 19/09/2014
ISBN: 9780414034907
Jurisdiction: Ireland

The new edition of Arbitration Law provides practitioners with a comprehensive and definitive analysis of Irish Arbitration Law and procedure after the coming into force of the Arbitration Act 2010 and the UNCITRAL Model Law.

Key Features:

  • An easy-to-understand reference that provides you with invaluable analysis and interpretation
  • Up to date and including all important case law and legislation
  • Gives you confidence in Court as you can be sure of the exact practice and procedure
  • Helps you avoid making mistakes that can be costly and time-consuming

New to this Edition

  • An easy-to-understand reference that provides you with invaluable analysis and interpretation
  • All chapters have been revised and rewritten to incorporate recent developments, and many have been expanded to cover areas not previously addressed in previous editions.
  • A full analysis of all decisions of the Superior Courts handed down since the coming into force of the Arbitration Act 2010 that have considered and clarified the meaning, scope and application of the provisions of the Arbitration Act 2010 and the Model Law e.g. Coras Iompair Eireann -v- Spencer Dock Development Company Ltd & anor [2011] IEHC 185, Snoddy & ors v Mavroudis & anor [2013] IEHC 285; Danish Polish Telecommunication Group I/S -v- Telekomunikacja Polska SA [2011] IEHC 369; Osmond Ireland On Farm Business v McFarland [2010] IESC 295.
  • Barnmore Demolition and Civil Engineering Limited v Alandale Logistics [2010] IEHC 544.

About the Authors

Arran Dowling-Hussey has been a barrister since 2003 and works from the Law Library, Dublin and 1215 Chambers in London. He has been involved as a party representative or ADR neutral in 75 arbitration, mediation and adjudication hearings. He is a former lecturer in arbitration at Dublin City University and in the 2014/2015 academic year has regularly taught on the Law Society of Ireland Diploma in Arbitration.
He is the co-editor of the Construction, Engineering & Energy Law. For a number of years he was a member of the Bar Council of Ireland ADR committee and is presently a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Board of Management in London.

Derek Dunne is a practising barrister. He holds BCL and LLM degrees from University College Cork, was formerly a judicial researcher for the judges of the Superior Courts and is the author of Judicial Review of Criminal Proceedings (Thomson Reuters Round Hall, 2011).

Consultant Editor

John Tackaberry QC is a Barrister and Arbitrator practising from 39 Essex Street Chambers and from Arbitration Chambers, both in London. He is well recognised for his expertise in ADR and construction law and is a former president of the Society of Construction Law and international chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.