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Transparency in the Code of Good Practices of the Spanish Arbitration Club

In 2019, the Spanish Arbitration Club published its new Code of Best Practices in Arbitration. The Code has the objective of raising four standards of conduct for those involved in arbitration, to achieve confidence in the arbitral system. In the article, the standard of transparency was studied, with the recommendations of the C.BB.PP for its application.

The article is only available in Spanish.

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Andrea Hulbert's picture

Mrs. Hulbert has 25 years of professional practice in commercial dispute resolution. She is the founding partner and director of Hulbert Volio Montero Law Firm; with vast experience on national and international law, with special emphasis on complex cases.

Specialist in Civil and Commercial Liability, International expert in Oral Litigation, and anticorruption, Arbitrator and Mediator. With more than 100 training courses and conferences in different areas of the law, with special emphasis on domestic and international commercial arbitration, international judicial cooperation and international commercial contracts.