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Arbitration Proceedings

Rules have been adopted by most jurisdictions to control arbitration proceedings. The most common rule sets are the ICSID and UNCITRAL rules.  The agreement establishing the proceeding normally will specify the rules to be followed.

Arbitration proceeding in foreign lands are governed by the 1958 Convention on The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.  In most international law the right of appeal of a judgment in an arbitration proceeding does not exist.  In other jurisdictions an appeal may be filed during a limited time period after the proceeding.

Either party to an arbitration may appeal an arbitrator's decision in a court proceeding.  However, only the question of malfeasance, contradiction of current law or if the arbitrator has overstepped his authority are normally considered.  Factual findings are not open to  the appeals process.  The narrowness of the appeals process in the U.S. has been established by ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

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