- February 16, 2021
Rethinking arbitration hearings: A shift towards asynchronous hearing timetables?
Arbitration is favoured for flexibility of process, and the seamless transition to virtual hearings in the otherwise disruptive COVID-19 era has proved testament to such. A year on, with a significant number of arbitration users having participated in virtual hearings held over videoconference, it is timely to reflect on the way we conduct arbitration hearings … Continue reading Rethinking arbitration hearings: A shift towards asynchronous hearing timetables? →
- August 5, 2019
Arbitration, mediation, and the Singapore Convention on Mediation
The New York Convention is regarded as one of the key drivers behind the success of international arbitration. More than 60 years after the adoption of the New York Convention, will the Singapore Mediation Convention make similar strides for mediation?