ADR

ADR in Asia Pacific: Spotlight on Indonesia

The third edition of our ADR in Asia Pacific Guide spotlights alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Indonesia.  We summarise the state of play in relation to ADR in Indonesia and its interplay with adversarial processes like litigation and arbitration. We … Continue reading

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Herbert Smith Freehills launches ADR Hub

Herbert Smith Freehills has launched a new Alternative Dispute Resolution Hub (at www.hsf.com/adr).   Sitting alongside our ADR Notes blog (which keeps subscribers up to date on legal and other developments in the ADR landscape), the ADR Hub features the latest thinking and in-depth commentary on … Continue reading

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Asian Dispute Review promotes Hong Kong’s groundbreaking Global Pound Conference

Asian Dispute Review, sponsored by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators and the Hong Kong Mediation Council, has published an article on the Global Pound Conference Series, and what to expect … Continue reading

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ADR in Asia Pacific – Part 3

Further to our earlier posts (here and here) highlighting material from our recently updated Guide to Dispute Resolution in Asia Pacific, we now feature in part 3 the responses from New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam to the question whether parties to litigation or arbitration … Continue reading

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Updated Jackson ADR Handbook published

A new (second) edition of the Jackson ADR Handbook was published on 8 September 2016. The original edition of the Handbook (see our bulletin here) was published in 2013 as one of the suite of measures recommended by Lord Justice Jackson in … Continue reading

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ADR in Asia Pacific – Part 2

Further to our earlier post highlighting material from our recently updated Guide to Dispute Resolution in Asia Pacific, we now feature in part 2 the responses from Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macau, Malaysia and Myanmar to the question whether parties to litigation or arbitration in that jurisdiction are … Continue reading

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Herbert Smith Freehills launches latest Guide to Dispute Resolution in Asia Pacific

Please click here to preview this publication.  To request a copy of the guide, please email asia.publications@hsf.com. Our updated Guide to Dispute Resolution in Asia Pacific aims to provide answers to some of the basic questions a party unfamiliar with … Continue reading

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Singapore publishes draft Mediation Bill

The Singapore Ministry of Law is seeking public feedback on a draft Mediation Bill. The Bill will give effect to one of the key recommendations of the International Commercial Mediation Working Group (ICMWG) in 2013, being the enactment of a … Continue reading

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Singapore office hosts client event on mediation to launch latest ADR guide

On 16 February 2016, our Singapore office is holding an interactive session with in-house counsel on how to use mediation effectively. Alastair Henderson, managing partner of South East Asia, and Emmanuel Chua, senior associate, will be joined by Eunice Chua, … Continue reading

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Study by Singapore Academy of Law suggests strong preference for arbitration over mediation

The Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) has published the results of its study on preferences for the choice of governing law and jurisdiction by those involved in cross-border transactions in Singapore and the region (the Study).  The Study reflects the views of … Continue reading

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