30 April 2019Mediation: Panacea or Mirage?
Mediation is envisaged as an effective way to increase co-operation between opposing parties and reduce the pressure on our court systems;
30 April 2019Did the Chinese Court open up an opportunity for Malaysian Lawyers?
On December 30, 2016, the Supreme People's Court ("SPC") as a result of the Fa Fa  No. 34 case, issued the Opinions on Providing Judicial Protection for the Construction of Pilot Free Trade Zones.
05 April 2019The Philippines’ “pro-enforcement” take on the New York Convention: a yay or a nay?
On the 60th year of the signing of the New York Convention (“NYC”), the Supreme Court of the Philippines (“SC”), for the first time, declared its adoption of a narrow definition of “public policy” under the said convention.
04 April 2019The new kid on the block: Brazil as the new hub for international arbitration
Being the new student in an old school is often a considerable challenge. The novice has to get acquainted with the unwritten rules of the institution and must prove him or herself to be worthy of notice time and time again, until the acceptance into the group becomes, silently, a fait accompli.