Asia Mediation Handbook

Asia Mediation Handbook

Andrea Hynan Poeloengan, Fahmi Shahab and Raymond Lee contributed for the Indonesian chapter.

“The Asia Mediation Handbook provides an insight into the state of modern mediation in a large number of Asian countries, both in terms of progress made and restraints yet to be overcome… This revealing book will help to drive mediation forward.”

Michael Leathes, Director, International Mediation Institute, The Hague

Asia Mediation Handbook is unique in its ambit in that it analyses the historical development, process of accreditation of mediators, legislative framework, Government and Judicial support and success rates of mediation in select areas across 15 major jurisdictions in Asia.

A MUST READ FOR ANY MEDIATOR, LAWYER, ACADEMIC, STUDENT OR BUSINESS PERSONNEL INVOLVED IN CROSS-BORDER DISPUTES.

KEY FEATURES:

• Comprehensive coverage of 15 major jurisdictions: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam;

• Expert coverage by 29 experienced mediators from 15 jurisdictions;

• Practical focus on how one gets accredited and the roles of the Government and Judiciary in supporting mediation and relevant legislation framework; and

• Detailed list of references for further research on each respective jurisdiction.

Pub Date: May 2015

ISBN: 9789626617335

Format: Soft cover

List price: HK$2,000

Pre-pub price: HK$1,800

General Editor: Dr Raymond Hai Ming Leung

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