Arbitration Toolbox by ASA
The perfect training tool to familiarize users and practitioners with the key features of the arbitral process

The Arbitration Toolbox is designed to assist arbitration practitioners in the organisation and conduct of arbitration proceedings. The aim of the Arbitration Toolbox is to emphasize the flexibility of the arbitration process and provide practical advice on the different steps of an arbitration. The Arbitration Toolbox therefore emphasizes the diversity of arbitral proceedings and provides guidance on which approach is advisable in a given situation.

The Arbitration Toolbox guides you through the arbitration process with the help of a questionnaire. The questionnaire will alert you to the issues one needs to consider as a user of arbitration or arbitrator and flag strategic decisions to take and steps to complete.

You can find explanatory texts, practical tips and sample documents for download. Take inspiration from sample procedural rules and orders, template agendas and many more documents drafted by experienced practitioners.


Arbitration
Practitioners

The following arbitration practitioners have contributed to the Arbitration Toolbox:

Antonio Ardielli
Homburger, Zurich
Dilber Devitre
Homburger, Zurich
Elliott Geisinger
Schellenberg Wittmer, Geneva
Andrea Meier
Walder Wyss, Zurich
Gabrielle Nater-Bass
Homburger, Zurich
Stefanie Pfisterer
Homburger, Zurich
Sébastien Besson
LÉVY KAUFMANN-KOHLER, Geneva
Georges Chalfoun
3 Verulam Buildings, London
Xavier Favre-Bulle
LENZ & STAEHELIN, Geneva
Christopher Harris
3 Verulam Buildings, London
François Kaiser
Kellerhals Carrard, Lausanne
Elena Neidhart
LENZ & STAEHELIN, Geneva
Yoshimi Ohara
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Flavio Peter
wenger & vieli, Zurich
Michele Potestà
LÉVY KAUFMANN-KOHLER, Geneva
Christina Rouvinez
Kellerhals Carrard, Lausanne
Jakob Saettler
Skadden, Frankfurt am Main
Anke Sessler
Skadden, Frankfurt am Main
Shota Toda
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Urs Weber-Stecher
wenger & vieli, Zurich
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