Dispute Resolution Guide 2015

  • IFLR’s Dispute Resolution Guide 2015

    This year's guide includes Q&As with the new president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and Noah Hanft, former-general counsel of MasterCard

  • Q&A with ICC Court of Arbitration president

    Alexis Mourre, president of the International Chamber of Commerce International Court of Arbitration is striving to take arbitration to the next level

  • How arbitration is redefining winning

    The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution is driving broader acceptance of alternative forms of dispute resolution. Its president and CEO, Noah Hanft, explains how the organisation is helping address the major misconceptions

  • Choice of Court Convention: an inspired choice

    This October, the Convention on Choice of Court Agreements enters into force. Christophe Bernasconi of the Hague Conference on Private International Law outlines the progress made by signatories, and how it could change business practices

  • Unilateral dispute resolution clauses in Bulgaria

    Ilya Komarevski and Eleonora Mateina of Tsvetkova Bebov Komarevski examine the Bulgarian approach towards unilateral dispute resolution clauses and compare it to other European courts

  • Breaking China’s jurisdictional deadlock

    Chao Yang and Jingjing Chen of Hui Zhong report on the Supreme Court’s Reply that broke the deadlock on jurisdictional conflicts after the split of CIETAC

  • Indian jurisdiction in international arbitration

    Pallavi Shroff and Siddhartha Datta of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas examine the issue of jurisdiction in light of the rise of international commercial arbitration in India

  • Resolving Indonesian construction disputes

    Cornel B Juniarto and Ammar S Gill of Hermawan Juniarto investigate how the country’s growing number of disputes over construction agreements are being resolved

  • Taxing times for Kuwaiti disputes

    Ahmed Barakat and Ramy Shehata of ASAR - Al Ruwayeh & Partners offer legal and practical insights into the status of income tax in Kuwait

  • Two ways to expedite Nigerian disputes

    Uzoma Azikiwe and Olukayode Dada of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie assess the mechanisms being put in place to deal with lengthy litigation procedures

  • A primer in Omani litigation

    Mansoor Malik and Majda Al Riyami from Al Busaidy Mansoor Jamal & Co answer key questions on Omani dispute resolution procedures

  • Managing Pakistani dispute resolution

    Mansoor Hassan Khan of Khan & Associates examines how Pakistani courts have dealt with international dispute resolution

  • Top 10 tips for litigating in Panama

    Fernando Arias and Claudio De Castro of Arias Fábrega & Fábrega share their insights on litigating in the country and against local counterparties

  • Tread carefully in Romanian insolvencies

    Cosmin Vasile of Zamfirescu Racoti & Partners advises parties to a dispute to pay close attention to the varied demands of insolvency and criminal law

  • Singapore’s growing arbitration ambitions

    Lucy Reed, Nicholas Lingard and Robert Kirkness of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer consider the evolution of Singapore as an international dispute resolution hub

  • Korean trade finance disputes

    Dong Heon Chae and John D Ro of Yoon & Yang review recent Supreme Court decisions on trade finance, which suggest a continuing adherence to international standards

  • Sri Lanka: embracing ADR

    Shanaka Gunasekara and Avindra Rodrigo of FJ & G de Saram set out the salient characteristics of dispute resolution in Sri Lanka, where ADR methods have been statutorily embedded in the system

  • Enforcing foreign judgments in Switzerland

    Urs Feller and Marcel Frey of Prager Dreifuss describe what to expect when foreign parties start knocking at the doors of Swiss enforcement authorities with a judgment in hand

  • Turkish courts’ collection of evidence

    Pelin Baysal and Ilgaz Önder of Gün + Partners consider whether Turkish courts are efficiently enforcing the collection of evidence in dispute proceedings

  • Three tools to improve international arbitration

    Iain Sheridan of Big Ben Chambers shares his top three tools for facilitating the smooth-running of international arbitration

  • Maximising TTIP protection

    Marney Cheek and Catherine Gibson of Covington & Burling examine investor-state dispute settlement, and ask whether it is the key to the TTIP’s investment package