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A note on the types of disputes or issues to which expert determination is most applicable, how to draft an effective expert determination clause, what to look out for in an expert's terms of reference and on what terms to appoint an expert.
Practical Law, with assistance from Michael Mendelblat, Professional Support Lawyer, of Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, who is a contributing editor to the leading expert determination text, Kendall on Expert Determination (Sweet & Maxwell, 5th ed, 2015).
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