Dispute Resolution Guide 2014

  • Dispute Resolution Guide 2014

    Welcome to this year's Dispute Resolution Guide provides a wealth of information on some of the world's most promising markets. As well as a valuable update on the Choice of Court Convention

  • What to expect from the Choice of Court Convention

    Christophe Bernasconi of the Hague Conference on Private International Law explains the benefits and progress of a global treaty on the effectiveness of choice of court agreements

  • Coming soon: Asian W&I insurance

    Warranty and indemnity insurance is gaining traction in Asia. It promises to become an important tool in preventing post-deal disputes

  • Financial regulators' turf wars

    Standard Chartered’s recent settlement with New York authorities highlights foreign regulators’ difficulties with US extraterritorial rules

  • ADR's infancy in Cyprus

    Soteris Costa and Eve Karaviotou of Stelios Americanos & Co describe how, in light of new legislation, alternative dispute resolution in Cyprus is taking over from lengthy court proceedings

  • Ireland's post-crisis litigation trends

    Caoimhe Clarkin and Liam Kennedy of A&L Goodbody discuss how Ireland has responded to the surge in cross-border litigation since the financial crisis

  • Deciding jurisdiction in Japanese cross-border disputes

    Junichi Tobimatsu and Kana Manabe of Mori Hamada & Matsumoto explain the processes, factors and controversy involved in allocating jurisdiction over disputes with international elements

  • Macau steps up its game in judicial cooperation

    João Nuno Riquito and Carlos Eduardo Coelho of Riquito Advogados explain the role of judicial cooperation between Macau, Hong Kong and China, particularly regarding money laundering

  • The realities of foreign judgments in Nigeria

    Festus Onyia and Uzoma Azikiwe of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie explain the legal framework that governs enforcement in Nigeria

  • More speed less haste for Portuguese proceedings

    José Carlos Soares Machado and Catarina Matos da Cunha of SRS Advogados analyse Portugal’s dramatically changing civil court system, which is striving for swiftness and simplicity

  • Recouping renewables losses in Romania

    Gabriel Sidere of CMS discusses the challenges for renewables under the new energy law and how investors can go about recovering their losses in its wake

  • Swiss preliminary judicial protection

    Urs Feller and Bernhard C Lauterburg of Prager Dreifuss discuss interim relief in recent cases, highlighting areas where it pays to be prudent

  • Litigation: taking the long road in Turkey

    Beril Yayla and Orçun Çetinkaya of Gün + Partners discuss the effects of lengthy court proceedings in Turkey, and explore possible alternatives and remedies

  • Setting UAE arbitration trends

    Dr Gordon Blanke and Sally Kotb of Baker & McKenzie discuss the modernisation of arbitration, which is becoming increasingly popular in the UAE

  • Sanctions' impact on emerging market projects

    Elizabeth Barrett of Slaughter and May explains how sanction regimes can threaten multilateral development banks’ crucial role in financing emerging market projects