Dispute Resolution Guide 2016

  • Introduction: Settling scores

  • IBA's arbitration priorities revealed

    The IBA’s Anne Véronique Schlaepfer explains why the organisation is targeting Africa and how perceptions towards arbitration – and arbitrators – can change over time

  • A brave new world

    Alexis Mourre, president of the International Chamber of Commerce International Court of Arbitration explains how the body continues to modernise

  • Looking east

    Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre’s chair Teresa Cheng discusses Asia’s growing popularity as a dispute resolution hub

  • Argentina: Strategies for success

    An overview of the trends in dispute resolution in Argentina, by Marval O’Farrell & Mairal’s Ricardo Ostrower and Martín Vainstein

  • India: Reciprocal relationships

    Krishnayan Sen and Ankit Jain of Verus Advocates chart the evolution of the process for recognising and enforcing foreign judgments in India

  • Ireland: A new rulebook

    John O’Riordan of Dillon Eustace discusses the key developments in Irish dispute resolution over the past 12 months

  • Myanmar: The alternatives

    Jainil Bhandari and U Min Thein of Rajah & Tann review the two main avenues for dispute resolution in Myanmar

  • Nigeria: The shadow of uncertainty

    Uzoma Azikiwe and Festus Onyia of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie discuss the seminal decisions that have changed Nigeria’s employment law landscape

  • Panama: Creditors’ new handbook

    Claudio De Castro of Arias Fábrega & Fábrega sets out his top tips for creditors trying to collect under the new bankruptcy law

  • Switzerland: Identity crisis

    Daniel Eisele and Tamir Livschitz of Niederer Kraft & Frey examine the procedural obstacles to commencing a lawsuit against Lloyd’s

  • Turkey: A three-stage review

    Piraye Erdem and Suleyman Sevinc of Erdem & Erdem debate the merits of Turkey’s new litigation system