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The Singapore Convention on Mediation, easy sailing toward enforceability
The Singapore Convention on Mediation permits most settlement deeds or arrangements to be enforced in signatory states.
Australia
20 Jul 2018
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Arb, Med, Arb – Easy as one, two, three?
Arbitration legislation allows an arbitrator to switch to mediation if that is what parties want - with written consent.
Australia
18 May 2018
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Why Mick Gooda should have been disqualified from NT Royal Commission
His public statements indicate that an allegation of perceived prejudgment could be fairly levelled at Mick Gooda.
Australia
19 Aug 2016
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How we can create ‘Arbitration 2.0' right here in Australia.
In 2015, Australia was chosen for only 5 ICC international arbitrations, so we must do more to get in on the action.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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UFC Trial by Brazilian jiu­jitsu – the ultimate form of ADR?
The parties agreed that disputes would be resolved by a fight in three five-minute rounds of points based jiujitsu.
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Pokémon Go – we haven't found Pikachu (yet), but we did find an arbitration clause…
We wondered ('cuz we're lawyers), with all these Pokémon Go related injuries, maybe there will be a class action?
Australia
1 Aug 2016
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Uber's arbitration clause is taking people for a ride
This is another example of a foreign business trying to force onerous and expensive arbitration obligations on consumers.
Australia
12 Nov 2015
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The oil major, the socialist and another billion dollar arbitration award
The tale of how an American company took on the state of Venezuela through a Dutch bilateral investment treaty, and won.
Australia
24 Oct 2014
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Hey Putin, arbitrate this!
An international arbitration tribunal has ruled that the Russian government wrongly seized this company from investors.
Australia
31 Jul 2014
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Arbitration - Lovers or friends: Do you need to start over if the fighting never ends?
Imagine if parties agree to lower their guns and sign a settlement agreement to resolve an arbitration before it begins, but then one party doesn't honour the bargain.
Australia
8 Oct 2013
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Are you for real? Litigation is still the preferred form of dispute resolution for IP/IT contracts
This article makes a comparison of litigation and arbitration as methods of dispute resolution for IP/IT contracts.
Australia
10 May 2013
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Happy 1st Birthday to the new ADR regime: is it working?
Despite the intention of the Civil Dispute Resolution Act 2011 to save time and costs, there is little evidence of this.
Australia
14 Oct 2012
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Read all about the Rinehart family secrets – just not quite yet
The Rinehart case raises an interesting question about whether the courts will protect confidentiality in ADR.
Australia
18 Jan 2012
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Arbitration-By-Attrition: Is Arbitration In Australia Losing Its Appeal?
Arbitration is designed to be both fast and final. However the decision of the Victorian Supreme Court in Oil Basins Ltd v BHP Billiton Ltd demonstrates that this may not always be the case.
Australia
1 Apr 2008
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Top Ten Practical Tips To Achieving The Best Result Through Timely Dispute Resolution
It is perhaps a regrettable reality of business that there will be differences of opinion as to how a contract will be performed and, often more importantly, how the benefits will be shared.
Australia
 
15 Oct 2007
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Picking Your Arbitrator: Guidelines On Interviewing Arbitrators
There are a wide variety of reasons why arbitration may be preferable to litigation. The ability to select your arbitrator is one of those reasons.
Australia
 
4 Oct 2007
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The Importance of Carefully Managing Risk in Cross Border Investment
Investing in foreign countries is a tough business, especially when governments lock horns with investor companies.
Australia
 
31 Jul 2006
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Protecting Foreign Assets in Times of Rising World Commodity Prices
In our recent update we discussed how rising world oil prices saw the Mauritanian government assert that it would no longer be bound to oil concession agreements with Woodside Petroleum. Woodside was forced to renegotiate those agreements and pay in excess of US$100 million to settle the dispute.
Australia
 
17 Jul 2006
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