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Until 2000, the competence for procedural laws in Switzerland had been vested with the cantons and not with the Swiss Federation. For domestic arbitration, a unification of the cantonal provisions had taken place through a Concordat, which is an agreement between cantons. The Concordat regarding...
The revised IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration continue to provide a balance between common law and civil law practice as the predecessor, the 1999 IBA Rules. Aspects of arbitration practice as developed in the last ten years have been integrated into the revised...
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