Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Handbook for In-House Counsel in Asia

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Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Handbook for In-House Counsel in Asia

Author Rashda Rana SC (with contribution by Paul Sandosham)
Publication Date 2014
ISBN 9789815019636
Soft Cover
Publisher LexisNexis


This book, which was released in 2014, is in its second edition. The ADR market has seen a lot of major changes since 2014, especially in China, Singapore, and Malaysia. The updated content broadens the array of options accessible to practitioners and assists them in determining which approach would be most appropriate for their specific circumstance. Reviews of the First Edition showed that the book has been a highly helpful resource for academics and practitioners alike. This updated version will broaden that set of resources.

Table of Contents of Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Handbook for In-House Counsel in Asia:

Chapter 1

Chapter 2
Common Concepts in ADR

Chapter 3
Processes with Minimal Requirements of Due Process

Chapter 4
Processes With Direct Involvement of and Most Control by Parties

Chapter 5
More Formal and Process Driven Forms of ADR

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8
International Commercial Courts

Chapter 9
Multi-Tiered Dispute Resolution Clauses

Chapter 10
Drafting Effective Dispute Resolution Clauses

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)

With a wealth of worldwide legal practise expertise gathered in the UK, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific area, Rashda Rana SC is a commercial and construction Silk. In a variety of foreign jurisdictions, including London, Australia, New York, Paris, Milan, Dubai, Brazil, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and China, she has served as counsel and an arbitrator in both litigious and arbitrated situations. She has extensive experience working in high internal positions with some of the top project management, design and construction, and energy firms in the world.
Additionally, Rashda has taught law at Sydney University Law School as an adjunct professor. She created the worldwide undergraduate course. Additionally, she has written the course materials for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators' international and domestic UK paths to the Fellowship in International Arbitration.

The managing partner of Cavenagh Law LLP, Paul Sandosham, is in charge of the South East Asian Energy, Infrastructure, and Resources (Disputes) practise. He specialises in energy, power, oil and gas, infrastructure, construction, engineering, rail, transport, utilities, natural resources, international commerce, and commodities dispute resolution (litigation, mediation, and international arbitration). Paul represents different parties in court and international arbitration processes (under the rules of the ICC, SIAC, DIAC, ADCCAC, UNCITRAL, ICSID, etc.) in disputes resulting from intricate cross-border conflicts. Paul holds a Chartered Arbitrator qualification. The Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators both recognise him as a fellow.

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