International arbitration can be a complex and arduous undertaking, one that the disputing parties often do not wish to take on by themselves. In many cases, they may therefore decide to enlist the help of outside persons with qualifications or expertise that can assist in resolving their dispute. Article 5 of the 2010 UNCITRAL Rules confirms a party's right to representation or assistance during the arbitration, whether by legal counsel or other non-legal representative. Article 5 establishes a party's requirement to communicate to the other parties and the...
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