1: Provenance and Development of the IBA Rules on Evidence 2: The Preamble 3: Definitions used in the IBA Rules on Evidence 4: Article 1: Scope of Application 5: Article 2: Consultation on Evidentiary Issues 6: Article 3: Documents 7: Article 4: Witnesses of Fact 8: Article 5: Party-Appointed Experts 9: Article 6: Tribunal-Appointed Experts 10: Article 7: Inspection 11: Article 8: Evidentiary Hearing 12: Article 9: Admissibility and Assessment of Evidence Appendix 1: Commentary on the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration Appendix 2: Article 1 Roadmap Appendix 3: Checklist of Points to Consider at the First Procedural Conference Appendix 4: Sample Redfern Schedule Appendix 5: Template Redfern Schedule Appendix 6: Veeder Codes
Roman Khodykin is an arbitration specialist with extensive experience in national and cross-border matters, with particular emphasis on corporate and shareholder disputes. He holds a Ph. D in Conflict of Laws. Additionally, Roman is an arbitrator of the Arbitration Court for Sport at the Russian Olympic Committee and a member of the editorial board of the International Commercial Arbitration Review (Moscow). Roman is a dual qualified solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and a Russian advocate. Carol Mulcahy has more than 25 years' experience working in the field of international commercial arbitration. She has extensive experience of commercial contract disputes in a wide variety of industry sectors, and involving parties from all over the world. Carol qualified as an English solicitor in 1983. She has postgraduate degrees in commercial law, oil law and European studies. She is a Chartered Arbitrator and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of arbitrators.