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When to Use Arbitration-Mediation: Alabama Claims Arbitration Case Study

In this 20 Essex Street Bulletin Malcolm Holmes QC reflects that practitioners in common law jurisdictions such as England and the like minded jurisdictions of Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong have been slow to embrace the use of a fused process involving both arbitration and mediation to resolve a commercial dispute. However there are signs that this is changing and it is now possible to analyse the relatively recent developments in Australia and Singapore and elsewhere to see the ways in which a combined process can enhance the likelihood of an early agreed resolution of a dispute.

This briefing is based on a lecture series Malcolm presented in Beijing, PRC in May 2017.


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