Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Handbook for In-House Counsel in Asia (Second Edition)
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A systematic approach through the history, methods and practices of different forms of dispute resolution to enable the reader to make informed decisions about what method will best fit a current or emerging dispute. Each major applicable principle is supported by how that principle is derived from different jurisdictions in the region, making this a useful handbook for in-house counsels in Asia and England.
This new edition covers:
- Changes in scope of good faith principle (Chapter 3)
- Internationalisation, greater acceptance and enforcement of mediation with the advent of the Singapore Convention (Chapter 3)
- Significant changes in the practice, scope and reach of arbitration in the region (Chapter 5)
- The maturing of adjudication in the region (Chapter 6)
- The international commercial courts in China and Singapore (New Chapter).
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Common Concepts in ADR
Chapter 3 Processes with Minimal Requirements of Due Process
Chapter 4 Processes with Direct Involvement of and Most Control by Parties
Chapter 5 More Formal and Process Driven Forms of ADR
Chapter 6 Arbitration
Chapter 7 Adjudication
Chapter 8 International Commercial Courts
Chapter 9 Multi-Tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses
Chapter 10 Drafting Effective Dispute Resolution Clauses