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Full Federal Court decision likely to facilitate arbitration in Australia

20 November 2017

A recent decision by the Full Federal Court has confirmed that arbitration agreements are to be interpreted liberally on the presumption that parties choosing arbitration intend for all of their disputes to be dealt with in this way.

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Guide to Construction Arbitration 2017: Australia

25 September 2017

Global Arbitration Review's Guide to Construction Arbitration takes the reader through the essential detail of preparing, mitigating and managing construction disputes internationally.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Lessons Learned for ISDS

5 July 2017

Following the United States’ presidential election in 2016, the prospects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) entering into force have faded.

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Corrs High Vis: Episode 10 – Arbitration and its role in Common Law

25 May 2017

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry.

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Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 2)

15 December 2016

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry. Presented by Corrs Chambers Westgarth, it considers the issues which really matter to professionals in this ever-evolving industry.

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Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 1)

8 December 2016

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry. Presented by Corrs Chambers Westgarth, it considers the issues which really matter to professionals in this ever-evolving industry.

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Singapore Gives Effect to Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements

26 October 2016

As the first jurisdiction in the Asia-Pacific region to sign, ratify and give effect to the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements, Singapore continues to lead the way as a forum for international commercial dispute resolution.

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Is an International Commercial Court for Australia a viable option?

21 June 2016

Recently, there have been a number of appeals for an international commercial court (ICC) to be established in Australia. But what are ICCs? Why do we need them? And are they a viable option?

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