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Singapore Case Note: Enforceability of settlement agreements

Published on Dec 16, 2019

Professor Nadja Alexander and Research Fellow Shouyu Chong have published the above case note in the Kluwer Mediation Blog. The link to the case note may be found at http://mediationblog.kluwerarbitration.com/2019/12/16/singapore-case-note-enforceability-of-settlement-agreements/?doing_wp_cron=1588563772.7487390041351318359375

Singapore Convention on Mediation: A Commentary

Published on Sep 24, 2019

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Do arbitral awards have a place in the Singapore Convention?

Published on May 08, 2019

Author: Sabrina LIM Su Ping, SMU X International Mediation Law and Practice Course 2018.  This blog has been published with the author’s permission.   Over the years, many jurisdictions have recognised the effectiveness of mediation as a dispute resolution mechanism. However, to make mediation a more attractive alternative mechanism to litigation and arbitration, there needs to be greater…

The greatest obstacle to promoting international commercial mediation in India – uncertainty in the mediation process

Published on May 03, 2019

Author: Chua Shu Ying, SMU X International Mediation Law and Practice Course 2018.  This blog has been published with the author’s permission.   It is no news that procedural inefficiencies and judicial backlog have plagued the Indian courts for many years. With over 54,000 pending cases in the Indian Supreme Court and an acute shortage of judges, it will take India at least another few…

Kluwer Mediation Blog – February and March Digest (Part 2)

Published on Apr 25, 2019

This blog was first published on 07 April 2019 in Kluwer Mediation Blog : link here   Author: Anna Howard (Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London)   “Conversation – respectful, engaged, reciprocal, calling forth some of our greatest powers of empathy and understanding – is the moral form of a world governed by the dignity of difference.” Lord Rabbi Jonathan…