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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.

Results of the International Survey on Dispute Resolution in Technology Transactions - WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center

03.05.2013 - Access the results of this multi-industry, multi-national survey. more

New ASA Articles of Association adopted

08.04.2013 - ASA's new articles of association were adopted on 4 April 2013. The articles of association are the result of a year's work by the ASA Board and members. more

ASA Arbitration Practice Seminar, Badenweiler 18-20 January 2013

28.02.2013 - This year’s seminar was led by Pr. George A. Bermann, Prof. Klaus-Peter Berger, Michael Black QC, Elliott Geisinger, Dr. Klaus-A. Gerstenmaier, Karyl Nairn, Constantine Partasides and Dr. Paolo Michele Patocchi. more

ASA Annual Conference, Zurich, 1 February 2013 – Inside the black box: how arbitral tribunals operate and reach their decisions

28.02.2013 - Conference organiser Dr Bernhard Berger was first to peer into the black box, focusing on the legal framework. A number of seasoned practitioners then examined multiple aspects of the decision-making process. more

ASA's McLin comments on truth and reconciliation process in cycling

29.01.2013 - The process under consideration by the sport's governing body and the World Anti-Doping Agency could be an exercise in restorative justice that bears some similarities to the arbitral process, but also some key differences. more

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