Reference : Confidentiality and Third Parties in International Commercial Arbitration : Some Prelimi...
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/5909
Confidentiality and Third Parties in International Commercial Arbitration : Some Preliminary Reflections
English
[fr] Le principe de confidentiality et les tiers : réflexions préliminaires
Wautelet, Patrick mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > Département de droit > Droit international privé >]
Nov-2008
L'arbitrage et les tiers
[en] Arbitration and third parties
Caprasse, Olivier mailto
Bruylant
Cepani
79-120
No
Yes
International
978-2-8027-2674-6
Bruxelles
Belgique
L'arbitrage et les tiers
28/11/2008
Cepani 40
Bruxelles
[en] arbitration ; confidentiality ; third parties
[en] This paper seeks to review first if there exists a duty of confidentiality in international commercial arbitation and, if yes, what it its scope, nature and limitations. Drawing from this first analysis, this paper also reviews the strenght of the confidentiality argument in relationship with third parties. To that end, the paper examines various scenarios in which third parties may be faced with arbitration proceedings. In order to resolve the difficulties caused by a possible confidentiality duty resting upon the parties, the arbitrators or other parties, the paper reviews various solutions, drawing upon contract law and private international law.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/5909

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