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Andre Yeap SC, Kelvin Poon, Avinash Pradhan and Alessa Pang

Insights on International Arbitration Developments in Asia-Pacific and Malaysia

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Rajah & Tann Singapore’s leading International Arbitration Partners have contributed two chapters in the Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2022, a special report published by the Global Arbitration Review. The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2022 (available here) contains insight and thought leadership inspired by recent events from 35 pre-eminent practitioners.

Our International Arbitration Partners Andre Yeap S.C., Kelvin Poon, and Alessa Pang, authored the chapter on “The Rise of Arbitration in the Asia-Pacific” which examines recent developments in Asia and ASEAN and deduces that the trend in these regions is one that generally continues to converge in favour of arbitration. The full chapter can be read here.

Authored by our International Arbitration Partners Andre Yeap S.C. and Avinash Pradhan, the chapter on “Maintaining the Policy of Minimising Curial Intervention in Malaysia” explains the legal framework for arbitration in Malaysia, a coherent modern framework in line with international norms and best practices. In addition, recent decisions of the Malaysian courts underscore the fact that the Malaysian judiciary is now distinctly pro-arbitration, paving the way for Malaysia to tap into the growth of international arbitration in the region. The full chapter can be read here.

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