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The Singapore International Commercial Court touched on a critical issue in international arbitration

Delimiting the Limits of an Arbitrator’s Mandate: Submission and Remission

By Joel Soon (Singapore Management University) When determining what matters fall within the scope of the submission to arbitration, five sources are relevant: the parties’ pleadings,...
Various arbitration institutions in Brazil are criticising the bill

The Bill to Amend the Brazilian Arbitration Act: A Threat to Arbitration in Brazil?

By João Gabriel Campos & Leonardo F. Souza The 1996 Brazilian Arbitration Act (the BAA), which subjects domestic and international arbitrations to the same set of rules,...

TUC wants 20% COLA to save workers

In the quest to cushion workers against the increasing cost of living, the Trade Unions Congress (TUC), has called on the government to give...

Anaesthetists’ Association loses confidence in Medical & Dental Council

The Ghana Association of Certified Registered Anaesthetists (GACRA) says it has lost confidence in the Ghana Medical and Dental Council, accusing the council of...
Mediation and Access to Justice for All: The Case of Unrepresented Parties

Mediation and Access to Justice for All: The Case of Unrepresented Parties

By Bongkiyi John Paul Legal systems round the globe are grounded in the rule of law and in theory, justice is available readily and equally...
Mediation and the art of managing emotions

Mediation and the art of managing emotions

By Tim Hardy It never ceases to amaze me how often parties say that their emotions play no part in a dispute. Absolutely not, they...