Dr. Peter Binder recently published his commentary to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 2010.

The Analytical Commentary to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules provides commentary and legislative material on the 2010 UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules.

  • Aimed specifically at aiding you to understand, research and interpret the Rules
  • Easy-to-follow article-by-article approach making reference to the official documentation and providing details on the background of each provision
  • Reproduces the full text of the complete official legislative materials created in the drafting process by the United Nations
  • Incorporates the 2012 UNCITRAL Recommendations on arbitration under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules
  • Dr. Peter Binder was a member of the UNCITRAL Working Group that drew up the revised UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules
  • Includes free online access to the dedicated website www.international-commercial-arbitration.com

Analytical Commentary to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules will also publish as an eBook on Thomson Reuters ProViewTM, a professional grade iPad® designed specifically with you and your workload in mind.

Analytical Commentary to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules eBook on Thomson Reuters ProView™ for iPad, PC or Mac allows you to interact with the content you rely on in brand new ways. So whether you’re in the office, on the move or in arbitration proceedings you can now stay current and informed, everywhere. The eBook is packed with special features that ensure it fits as closely as possible with your needs. A speedy navigation bar enables you to scroll through the text more quickly than ever, there are more ways to search for the information you want and you’ll be able to see your search results in context. It’s also faster and more intuitive than ever before.

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