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The DIS Rules of Arbitration of 2018

The new arbitration rules of the German Institution of Arbitration (Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit – “DIS”) will enter into force on 1 March 2018 (“DIS Rules 2018”). It is the first revision of the DIS Rules since the current version was adopted in 1998 … Continue reading

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WIPO spring cleans its Arbitration Rules

In the growing world of new technology, intellectual property (IP) rights are a businesses’ most precious asset. The expansion into emerging markets can offer a multitude of opportunities for a business to market its IP, but this inevitably comes with … Continue reading

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The ICDR amends its Mediation and Arbitration Rules: tackling some familiar issues and providing some novel solutions

The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (the ICDR), the international division of the American Arbitration Association has released a new version of its Mediation Rules and its Arbitration Rules (the Rules), effective 1 May 2014. Many of the changes concern … Continue reading

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You’re (not) welcome to the arbitration! The Singapore court considers powers to order joinder

In The Titan Unity (No. 2) [2014] SGHCR 04, an Assistant Registrar refused to grant, amongst others, a party’s application for an order that it be allowed to join arbitration proceedings that were on foot.  The Singapore court refused the … Continue reading

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