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George Lim Discusses The New Singapore Mediation Convention

George Lim Discusses The New Singapore Mediation Convention
The final drafts for a Convention on the Enforcement of Mediation Settlements and corresponding Model Law were approved at the 51st session of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) ... Read More

The Singapore Mediation Convention: An Overview

The Singapore Mediation Convention: An Overview
At the 51st session of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) on 25 June 2018, the final drafts for a Convention on the Enforcement of Mediation Settlements and the ... Read More
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Asia-Pacific GPC Participants Want Enforceable Decisions And Efficient Processes

Asia-Pacific GPC Participants Want Enforceable Decisions And Efficient Processes
Anita Phillips, a Professional Support Consultant at the Hong Kong office of Herbert Smith Freehills, discusses how the Global Pound Conference (GPC) data results differ in six different countries across ... Read More
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GPC Hong Kong – A Mandate For Change

GPC Hong Kong – A Mandate For Change
The Global Pound Conference event in Hong Kong saw over 200 delegates assemble to identify trends and cultural preferences in commercial dispute resolution. Hong Kong’s Secretary for Justice, Chief Justice ... Read More
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Is The Enforceability Of Mediated Settlements Holding Back Commercial Dispute Resolution?

Is The Enforceability Of Mediated Settlements Holding Back Commercial Dispute Resolution?
The early voting data from the first 10 Global Pound Conference (GPC) Series events has revealed that both the user and advisor stakeholder groups share a view that the future ... Read More
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A Brief Look At The Empirical Findings On International Arbitration: A Summary

A Brief Look At The Empirical Findings On International Arbitration: A Summary
The original article Empirical Findings on International Arbitration: An Overview by Christopher R. Drahozal from the University of Kansas, discusses newly (and not so new) available international arbitration data generated ... Read More
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Singapore Has Taken The Lead In Regulating Agreements To Mediate

Singapore Has Taken The Lead In Regulating Agreements To Mediate
It is no secret that Singapore strives to be Asia’s dispute resolution hub. Today, it is one step closer to establishing itself as the leader in innovative mediation laws. On ... Read More
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When arbitration is used and why

When arbitration is used and why
In almost all instances, arbitration must be contemplated at the contract drafting stage. Parties may, of course, agree to take a dispute to arbitration at any stage, but once a dispute has broken ... Read More

An Introduction To Construction Disputes

An Introduction To Construction Disputes
Many factors contribute to construction disputes, especially if the property is based abroad. Most projects take a long time to complete, leading to uncertainties and delays that can result in ... Read More

London After Brexit: Business As Usual?

London After Brexit: Business As Usual?
Reading the headlines, Brexit-ing Britain may appear a hostile place – the public, we are told, favours being told the number of foreigners being employed by companies in Britain, and ... Read More
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Answering The Call For A New York Convention On Conciliation

Answering The Call For A New York Convention On Conciliation
Alternative methods of dispute resolution are a topic on the legislative agendas of a large number of countries as states actively work to promote their use. A reoccurring issue related ... Read More
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