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Exchange of Information and Privilege

Exchange of Information and Privilege Andrea J. MENAKER & Eckhard HELLBECK Article 23: Exchange of information 23.1 The arbitral tribunal shall manage the exchange of information between the parties with a view to maintaining time and cost efficiency, and at any time during the proceedings, the arbitral tribunal may order the parties to produce documents, exhibits, or other evidence it deems necessary or appropriate. 23.2 The parties may provide the arbitral tribunal with their views on the appropriate level of information exchange, but the arbitral tribunal retains final authority in this regard. 23.3 The parties shall exchange all documents upon which each intends to rely, in accordance with a timetable set by the arbitral tribunal, insofar as these have not been submitted pursuant to Articles 2, 4, 6 and 17. 23.4 The arbitral tribunal may, upon written application, require a party to make available to all other parties documents in that party’s possession not otherwise available to the party seeking the documents that are reasonably believed to exist and to be relevant and material to the outcome of the arbitration. Requests for documents shall contain a description of specific documents or classes of documents, along with an explanation of their relevance and materiality to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BCDR International Arbitration Review Kluwer Law International

Exchange of Information and Privilege

BCDR International Arbitration Review , Volume 5 (1): 18 – Sep 1, 2020

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Andrea J. MENAKER & Eckhard HELLBECK Article 23: Exchange of information 23.1 The arbitral tribunal shall manage the exchange of information between the parties with a view to maintaining time and cost efficiency, and at any time during the proceedings, the arbitral tribunal may order the parties to produce documents, exhibits, or other evidence it deems necessary or appropriate. 23.2 The parties may provide the arbitral tribunal with their views on the appropriate level of information exchange, but the arbitral tribunal retains final authority in this regard. 23.3 The parties shall exchange all documents upon which each intends to rely, in accordance with a timetable set by the arbitral tribunal, insofar as these have not been submitted pursuant to Articles 2, 4, 6 and 17. 23.4 The arbitral tribunal may, upon written application, require a party to make available to all other parties documents in that party’s possession not otherwise available to the party seeking the documents that are reasonably believed to exist and to be relevant and material to the outcome of the arbitration. Requests for documents shall contain a description of specific documents or classes of documents, along with an explanation of their relevance and materiality to

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Published: Sep 1, 2020

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