International arbitration law library series volume 35 third party funding in international arbitration and its impact on procedure is a book that describes and analyses the role of third party funding notably litigation funding in the context of international arbitration taking into account contractual industry related economic empirical ethical regulatory and procedural aspects. This article describes the phenomenon of third party funding with a particular focus on its impact on the arbitral proceedings after a general descr where tpf is expressly forbidden see also bernardo c cremades third party funding in international arbitration 23 third party funding in international arbitration kluwer law . Handbook on third party funding in international arbitration was created through the collaboration of the aba section of international law international arbitration committee the international council for commercial arbitration icca and the centre on regulation ethics and rule of law at queen mary university of london. The international arbitration community is rightly considering the procedural impact of the growth in third party funding as well as the circumstances in which disclosure of the fact of . The use of third party funding in international arbitration has increased in recent years originally attracted by investor state claims and their substantial damages awards funders are now looking to invest in commercial international arbitration this guide provides a broad overview of what third party funding is the practicalities of securing it and the issues raised surrounding its use
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