The greater powers of arbitrators, as a result of the Arbitration Act 1996, have raised uncertainties over the treatment of experts' reports which are served in arbitration. Jane Peaston looks at the trend of experts being asked to disclose instructions given to them in arbitral proceedings
This article looks at an interesting development in arbitration proceedings, namely whether the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) can be invoked in order to request sight of instructions provided to experts in arbitration proceedings.
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