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International - More than 50 industry groups sign conflict avoidance pledge
Wednesday, 15th February 2018

"The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has announced the launch of the conflict avoidance pledge, an initiative designed to reduce the number of disputes in the construction and engineering sectors."

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International - First International Law Moot Court Competition: Dispute resolution in the Eurasian Economic Union EAEU
Wednesday, 15th February 2018

"In 2017, the Russian State University of Justice (RGUP), the official partner of the Council of Europe HELP Programme, organized the first International Law Moot Court Competition "Dispute resolution in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)&quo...


International Chamber of Commerce - University of New South Wales clinches title of 2018 ICC Mediation Competition
Thursday, 9th February 2018

"The University of New South Wales (NSW) has claimed victory against Saint Joseph University of Beirut in the 13th edition of the International Commercial Mediation Competition of the Internatio...


International - Canada, Mexico May Keep Nafta Investor Dispute System Without U.S.
Thursday, 26th January 2018

"Canada and Mexico are seeking to preserve dispute-settlement panels only for their own companies in a revamped Nafta deal, if the U.S. insists on opting out them, according to two Canadian government officials familiar with the plans.


Singapore - Record year for mediation centre in 2017

Tuesday, 17th January 2018


More cases for S'pore Mediation Centre last year as more people opt to settle disputes out of court