Is Article 16(3) of the Model Law a “One-Shot Remedy” for Non-Participating Respondents in International Arbitrations?
Introduction It is not uncommon for practitioners acting for claimants in an arbitration to encounter a respondent who chooses to boycott the arbitral process. In cases involving such “non-participating” respondents, what are the rights and obligations of each party? Specifically, insofar as
The English High Court recently released a decision wherein the defendant bank was found liable for its breach of its “Quincecare” duty to the plaintiff company for paying away large sums of money to various third parties at the instigation
International arbitration seems predominantly common law oriented and resembles increasingly American-style Court proceedings. It is therefore no wonder that over the years the various Queen Mary studies identify the same short-comings of international arbitration proceedings (ie, time and costs). As
This year's Family Justice Practice Forum titled Family Practice - A calling of Kindred brought policy makers, social work professionals and lawyers closer together as a multi-disciplinary family working to support families. Minister for Social and Family Development Desmond Lee
This year, the Publications Committee went back to basics and we organised a seminar titled “Legal Drafting Skills: Calling a Spade a Spade and Writing for Effectiveness” on 2 October. The Publications Committee organises a writing seminar each year and
This is the transcript of the delivery by Justice Choo Han Teck when he spoke at a seminar on legal writing organised for members earlier this month. Prologue I agreed to speak at this seminar because I think that this subject