Tag: Arbitration and Mediation in Asia

Krishnayan Sen, Founding Partner and Head of Disputes Practice at Verus, is set to merge his practice with L and L Partners

L&L Partners is delighted to announce that Krishnayan Sen, Founding Partner and Head of Disputes Practice at Verus, is set to merge his practice and join L&L Partners as a Partner in the Firm’s Disputes Practice at New Delhi with his team. Sen, an Advocate-on-Record at […]

Singapore Court of Appeal overturns High Court decision to set aside an award for excess of jurisdiction

Under Singapore law, the scope for judicial intervention in arbitration proceedings is narrowly circumscribed. In the recent case of CJA v CIZ [2022] SGCA 41, the Singapore Court of Appeal examined the principles to be considered when determining whether a tribunal has exceeded its jurisdiction. In […]

A barrister based in Hong Kong practicing cross-border commercial arbitration and litigation. An interview with Moses Wanki Park

Moses Wanki Park is a barrister with Liberty Chambers and specializes in cross-border commercial arbitration and litigation based in Hong Kong, which serves as a gateway between China and the rest of the world.  In this interview with Asia Law Portal, Moses explains in detail his […]

Maxwell Chambers Appoints New Chairman

Maxwell Chambers announced today the appointment of Mr. Daryl Chew as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Acclaimed as “one of the brightest” and “most highly regarded” partners in the Asia Pacific region by Who’s Who Legal, Mr. Chew brings more than 12 years of […]

New Courts, New Perspectives: Hybrid International commercial courts

Julien Chaisse & Anushka Tanwar[1] The concept of hybrid international commercial courts is peculiar and intriguing. It is neither arbitration nor litigation before a national court. Rather, it is a combination of both.[2] It provides the parties with the best of both worlds; state court proceedings […]

Why Should India Adopt the Kerala Model Community Mediation Volunteer System?

Kerala has always been a step ahead in development compared to other states in India. It’s been so vibrant because of its multi cultural ethnicity. Hence it’s called gods own country.  Now Kerala has introduced a new mechanism for dispute resolution at the grassroots level. It’s […]