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The ASA Reference Series is Now Available in Japanese

06.09.2017 - The ASA Reference Series are short factsheets about key aspects of arbitration in Switzerland that contribute to making it an ideal arbitration destination. The series is availabe in English, French, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese and now Japanese.

To coincide with the launch of the event co-organised by ASA in Tokyo tomorrow: ‘Swiss Arbitration for Japanese Corporations’ - discussing the advantages of choosing Switzerland as the seat for arbitration and the Swiss rules, ASA is launching the Japanese version of the Reference Series, which is now availabe on the ASA website free of charge.

 

ASA would like to take this opportunity to thank Daisuke Ikukawa of Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu for his time and skill in translating the thirteen documents in the Reference Series.

ASA Board issues regulation on role as appointing authority

16.02.2015 - Under its Articles of Association, ASA may act as appointing authority or may provide other support services in the context of arbitration proceedings more

ASA Proposes Global Arbitration Ethics Counsel to Apply and Enforce Ethical Principles

16.09.2014 - ASA President Elliott Geisinger recently articulated the thinking behind a transnational body focused on ensuring the respect of core principles in international arbitration more

ASA's leadership in Swiss Style magazine

06.06.2014 - ASA's President Elliott Geisinger and Vice-Presidents Bernhard Meyer and Bernhard Berger discuss Swiss arbitration's historical leadership in an era of increasing global competition, in a Swiss Style magazine interview. more

Results of Swiss teams at 2014 Vis Moot

12.05.2014 - Swiss teams, including participants from the universities of Basel, Bern, Fribourg, Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel, St. Gallen and Zurich earned notable results at this year's Willem C. Vis Moot. more

ASA Board Elects Executive Committee

07.05.2014 - The ASA Board has elected its Executive Committee, the last formal stage in the establishment of its new governance structure that went into effect on 1 January 2014. more

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