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A Simple, Complementary, and Alternative Dispute Resolution Process - An Interview with Lawrence Teh Lawrence Teh, current global co-head of international arbitration of international law firm Dentons Rodyk & Davidson and former chair of the Law Society ADR Committee, speaks to
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The Basque country, the homeland of the Basque people, is nestled at the border between Spain and France. The Basque people have their own language, culture and traditions – so it is no surprise that they have their own unique