Author : Arran Dowling-Hussey
Author : Derek Dunne
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 31/10/2018
The third edition of Arbitration Law provides practitioners with a comprehensive and definitive analysis of Irish Arbitration Law and procedure. It provides a comprehensive statement and analysis of arbitration law in the Republic of Ireland, the practice and procedure for arbitrations conducted in the Republic of Ireland, and a definitive analysis of the main applications that can be made to the High Court under the 2010 Arbitration Act.
Arran Dowling-Hussey has been a barrister since 2003 and works from the Law Library, Dublin and 33 Bedford Row in London. He has been involved as a party representative or ADR neutral in around 100 arbitration, mediation and adjudication hearings. Arran has very significant experience in all court applications under the 2010 Arbitration Act and is regularly instructed to move applications for interim relief, to enforce an arbitration award and to set aside arbitration awards. In 2018 he was part of a legal team that was successful in having an award set aside for a local authority client. As arbitrator he is one of a handful of Irish arbitrators presently listed in Global Arbitration Review's Arbitrator Research Tool. He is a former lecturer in arbitration at inter alia Dublin City University, Law Society of Ireland and presently is an associate lecturer in arbitration at Robert Gordon University. Aside from his extensive experience in ADR lecturing/training work in the UK and Ireland he has also been a consultant to the Council of Europe in this area most recently working for them in Armenia. He has been the co-editor of the Construction, Engineering & Energy Law since 2015. For a number of years he has been a member of the Bar Council of Ireland ADR committee; he is is presently a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators ('CIArb') Board of Trustees in London and formally served between 2013-2015 as a member of the CIArb's Board of Management.
Derek Dunne is a practising barrister and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He holds BCL and LLM degrees from University College Cork. He has a general civil practice at the Bar and he has appeared as counsel in a number of arbitrations in areas such as insurance and partnership disputes and in a number of challenges to arbitral awards in the High Court. Before commencing practice at the Bar, he was formerly a judicial researcher for the judges of the Superior Courts. He is the author of Judicial Review of Criminal Proceedings (Thomson Reuters Round Hall, 2011)
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.