How Not To Do Arb-Med-Arb

Posted by simc on 23 July, 2018

By Alan Limbury. This article was first published on Kluwer Mediation Blog. Reproduced with permission. The recently reported Australian case of Ku-ring-gai Council v Ichor Constructions Pty Ltd [2018] NSWSC 610 (8 May 2018) provides a useful lesson in how not to conduct the hybrid Arb-Med-Arb process, from which (I hope)

George Lim Discusses the New Singapore Mediation Convention

Posted by simc on 17 July, 2018

The final drafts for a Convention on the Enforcement of Mediation Settlements and corresponding Model Law were approved at the 51st session of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) on June 26, 2018, and is to be adopted later this year. The Convention aims to secure the enforceability

How about the use of dual mediators in Asian mediations

Posted by simc on 9 July, 2018

Thomas J. Klitgaard argues for the introduction of more than one mediator in a complex mediation, one who is familiar with the intricacies of the culture and law of the land. With the increasing rise of nationalism in Asia, law firms and businesses should consider the use of dual mediators

The Indian Mediation Journey Thus Far and The Way Forward

Posted by simc on 10 November, 2017

By Laila Ollapally, Users Council Member

Don’t be scared, this is the future: Avoiding the pitfalls of Arb-Med-Arb.

Posted by simc on 3 November, 2017

by Alan Limbury, SIMC Mediator

Singapore: The Hub of International Commercial Dispute Resolution

Posted by simc on 2 November, 2017

By F. Peter Phillips The Union Internationale des Avocats held its 24th World Forum of Mediation Centres in Singapore on October 13-14.  In addition to the usual high level of discourse and the unparalleled opportunity to meet new friends and keep the old, this particular Forum offered the additional opportunity to reassess the extraordinary

The Mediation Conundrum

Posted by simc on 27 September, 2017

By Jonathan Lux, Users Council Member How businesses can resolve disputes early to avoid escalating costs “Early Resolution” provides answers to what were thought to be insoluble problems in two main arenas: How can you mediate sensibly before each party knows what the other will say and has seen the evidence to

Blindness Builds Walls

Posted by simc on 26 September, 2017

By Laila Ollapally, Mediator   The above article is reproduced with kind permission and was featured in Issue 1 of SIMC e-News.

Mediation for Shipping/Maritime Disputes

Posted by simc on 25 September, 2017

By Jagannath Muthu, Maritime Expert We had recently attended two events in which there were serious and vigorous discussions on Mediation. While Mediation has a significant role to play in resolving shipping and maritime disputes, it would be too simplistic to consider this in every dispute. This article argues that

Apologies, Mediation and the Law: Resolution of Civil Disputes

Posted by simc on 24 September, 2017

By Margaret Halsmith, Users Council Member This article was featured in Issue 1 of SIMC e-News. The original article may be found here.