Post-Hearing Issues In International Arbitration - Chapter 1 - Deliberations of the Arbitral Tribunal – Analysis of Reasoned Awards from a Swedish Perspective

Finn Madsen
Peter Krikström
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46 pages
September, 2013
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Finn Madsen is the author of Commercial Arbitration in Sweden, published by Oxford University Press (3rd edition), 2007 and in Mandarin by Law Press China 2008. Mr. Madsen has held a number of positions, including Service in Swedish District Courts and Court of Appeal (1980 – 1986) and the Head of Legal Department, Gota Bank, Southern Region (1992 – 1993), and Advokatfirman Vinge KB (1993 – 1995), of which he has been a partner since 1995. Mr. Madsen is also admitted to CIETAC’s list of arbitrators, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a Swedish member of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) network of lawyers (FraudNet) specialising in asset tracing and recovery and Chairman of the Arbitration Association of Southern Sweden 2008 to 2011. Mr. Madsen has acted as counsel in numerous domestic arbitrations, co-arbitrator for domestic arbitral tribunals in numerous cases, Chairperson in numerous domestic arbitrations, Sole Arbitrator appointed by the Arbitral Council of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Southern Sweden and by the Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC), and Chairperson appointed by the SCC. He has also acted as counsel and co-arbitrator in a number of cases under the ICC, the SCC, The Danish Institute of Arbitration and the UNCITRAL Rules, appointed Sole Arbitrator by the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris and appointed Sole Arbitrator and chairperson by the SCC. Mr. Madsen has extensive experience in commercial litigation (including, but not limited to, areas such as trade and finance, joint ventures and industrial cooperation, mergers and acquisitions, company law, agency and distribution, intellectual property rights, construction, finance and banking) in the courts of law in Sweden. A number of cases have been brought before the Supreme Court. Mr. Madsen is a member of the Swedish Bar Association since 1993 and member of the International Bar Association.

Peter Krikström is an Associate Judge of the Scania and Blekinge Court of Appeal, Sweden. He presently serves as inquiry secretary at the Swedish Ministry of Justice. Before taking his current position, he served as Judge Referee at the Swedish Supreme Court. Peter Krikström is also a former associate of Advokatfirman Vinge KB in Malmö, Sweden.