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Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 326
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2014
Compatible with : Desktop iOS Android
 

Book Description

The book includes a practical examination of each process; when they arise; where each method is best used; when it is most effective; advantages and disadvantages; and relevant treatment by courts (case law) in Asian jurisdictions.

 

The content also includes a discussion on multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses, their pros and cons, enforceability and treatment in the courts.

 

Key Features:
The book includes a practical examination of each process; when they arise; where each method is best used; when it is most effective; advantages and disadvantages; and relevant treatment by courts (case law) in Asian jurisdictions.

 

The content also includes a discussion on multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses, their pros and cons, enforceability and treatment in the courts.

 

Key Benefits: 
This book is intended as a handbook for corporate counsels, general counsels and young lawyers based all around Asia who need a first look and preliminary guidance to navigate the different types of dispute resolution methods in Singapore. 

 

Helpful tips for drafting effective dispute resolution clauses are included as well as common drafting problems.

 

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About the Author(s)

 

Rashda Rana SC

 

Rashda has been practicing as an advocate for over 20 years in London and also in various states in Australia (primarily in NSW). She has advised on and conducted major commercial, maritime and construction, oil and energy & infrastructure litigation, arbitration and mediation involving wide ranging issues.

 

As well as her litigious practice, Rashda has undertaken non-contentious work in drafting, reviewing and settling major project documentation including Defence contracts (Class 1 submarines), infrastructure (roads and tunnels)and banking and finance documentation (prospectuses and insurance policies) and Public Private Partnership transactional documentation.

 

She was formerly Adjunct Professor teaching international commercial arbitration at Sydney University Law School.

 

She is a CEDR accredited mediator and has been appointed as arbitrator in a number of Australian domestic arbitrations as well as international arbitrations primarily in the Asia Pacific region.