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Jonathan Yuen and Ang Tze Phern

“Mediation 2022”: Rajah & Tann Singapore Contributes to Lexology’s GTDT Series

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Authored Publication: Rajah & Tann Singapore has contributed the Singapore chapter to Lexology’s Mediation 2022 guide, published as part of Lexology’s Getting the Deal Through (GTDT) series.

Exclusively authored by our leading mediation and dispute resolution partners Jonathan Yuen and Ang Tze Phern, the chapter provides local insights on one of the most popular methods of alternative dispute resolution. It covers topics such as law and policy; mediators; procedure; settlement agreements; distinctive features; and recent trends in Singapore.

The full chapter is available here, and follows on from the Singapore chapter in the 2021 series, also authored by Jonathan Yuen and Ang Tze Phern.

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