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The arbitral tribunal's responsibilities and tasks often do not end when it has rendered it's award. Tribunals may be called to interpret their awards or correct clerical errors, the award may be sent back to them for amendments; arbitrators may have to comment on their awards or may be called as witnesses; they may be invited to continue even though all pending disputes have been decided; their fees may be challenged or they may have to claim tax reimbursements. These and other issues that arbitrators, parties and institutions have to face once the award has been rendered are examined by leading authorities.
About the Editor:
Pierre Tercier was Chairman of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce. He is a Professor at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, Mr Tercier has written numerous articles on Swiss Law (obligation, contracts, tort, and competition). He has an extensive international arbitration and dispute resolution experience, having served on numerous occasions in ICC, ICSID and other cases. He is highly respected in the international legal and business community as an arbitrator, lecturer and author.
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