Our publications provide you with essential guidance on various Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes in Asia Pacific.
Spotlight on Indonesia (Issue 3)
Welcome to the third edition of our ADR in Asia Pacific Guide which spotlights alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Indonesia.
We summarise the state of play in relation to ADR in Indonesia and its interplay with adversarial processes like litigation and arbitration. We delve into the detail of the Supreme Court's new mediation regulation and decree and analyse how these hope to improve rates of settlement. We then look at some practical aspects of mediation and dispute resolution from a lawyer's perspective, before summarising the ground-breaking Global Pound Conference (GPC) series which looks at all dispute resolution processes and how these can be improved for commercial parties. Herbert Smith Freehills is proud to be global founding sponsor of GPC.
Spotlight on Singapore (Issue 2)
Welcome to the second edition of our ADR in Asia Pacific Guide, focusing on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Singapore.
Over the years Singapore has become one of the leading ADR centres in the Asia Pacific region. The last decade has seen Singapore grow in leaps and bounds as a preferred forum for international arbitration and the city state has recently renewed its focus on non-adversarial ADR processes, in particular mediation. We summarise the development of ADR processes in Singapore and its future direction.
Spotlight on mediation in Hong Kong (Issue 1)
Welcome to the first edition of our ADR in Asia Pacific guide.
This publication provides you with essential practical guidance on various Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes. We report on regional developments and industry trends, drawing on the expertise of our award-winning ADR practice.
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