SLW Commentary/Singapore Law Gazette: Dispute Resolution (Arbitration) Clauses – Pathologies and Pitfalls

Our brand new article on Dispute Resolution (Arbitration) Clauses – Pathologies and Pitfalls has been published in the October 2013 edition of the Singapore Law Gazette as well as on Singapore Law Watch.

Dispute resolution and arbitration clauses increasingly form an integral part of international cross-border corporate and commercial contracts. Problems arise when parties, by necessity or otherwise, amend model arbitration clauses without understanding how they work and the way that they interact with jurisdiction and governing law clauses. This article provides an overview of how such arbitration clauses work and how to avoid some common pitfalls and problems when drafting them.

About Shaun Lee

Dual-qualified International Dispute Resolution and Arbitration lawyer (Singapore and England & Wales). Chartered Institute of Arbitration Fellow. Member of SIAC Reserve Panel of Arbitrators. Panel of Arbitrators and Panelist for Domain Name Dispute Resolution at the AIAC.
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