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UNCITRAL and the enforceability of mediated settlements

A commentary by Dr Karl Mackie CBE in February 2017 on the sixty-sixth session of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Working Group II (Dispute Settlement) at the United Nations Headquarters, New York, which continues its discussions over a possible instrument on enforcement of international settlement agreements resulting from mediation. Both the […]

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The IMI Conference 2014: Shaping the Future of International Dispute Resolution, 29 October 2014, London

Cross-border and cross-cultural disputes have long been an area especially suited to Arbitration and Mediation.  Any dispute is complicated, but the added uncertainty of litigating in a foreign jurisdiction or with unfamiliar legal concepts will naturally make any company feel more vulnerable than if they were doing so under their home system.  A client litigating […]

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