Arbitration in Denmarkaf Steffen Pihlblad, Christian Lundblad, Claus Søborg-Christensen
The book gives an easily accessible presentation of arbitration in Denmark. The book is based on the Danish Arbitration Act 2005 (which is based on the UNCITRAL model Law) and the Rules of Arbitration Procedure of the Danish Institute of Arbitration, with the main emphasis on the latter. It is the intention that the book will serve as an introduction, especially for non-Danish lawyers and their clients who are or who expect to become involved in arbitration proceedings in Denmark. The book is also helpful for non-Danish lawyers and companies who are considering to enter into an arbitration agreement that requires that the place of arbitration is in Denmark. Finally, the book is useful to those who are appointed as arbitrators in international arbitration proceedings in Denmark. The book contains the follow chapters:Ch. 1: Introduction to conflict resolution in DenmarkCh. 2: The relationship between arbitration and the ordinary courtsCh. 3: The commencement of arbitration proceedingsCh. 4: The appointment and confirmation of arbitratorsCh. 5: Provisions of securityCh. 6: The taking of evidenceCh. 7: The arbitral tribunal’s handling of casesCh. 8: Oral hearingCh. 9: The arbitral awardCh. 10: CostsCh. 11: Setting aside, recognition and enforcementCh. 12: Interim measuresAnnexesIndexThe authors are specialists in this field with substantial experience in domestic and international arbitration. Steffen Pihlblad is the Secretary-General of the Danish Institute of Arbitration. Christian Lundblad is the President of the Court of Aalborg and Honorary Professor of Aalborg University.Claus Søgaard-Christensen is an independent arbitrator and mediator.
- 2. September 2014