>, Handelsrecht>Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day: Progress Report on the Creation of a UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of Conciliated Settlement Agreements (Schoenherr)

Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day: Progress Report on the Creation of a UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of Conciliated Settlement Agreements (Schoenherr)

Over the past few decades, alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”) has become the preferred method of conflict management in the commercial world. Contemporary trends in dispute resolution aim at consolidating ADR in this position by finding an appropriate way to enforce settlement agreements resulting from mediation/conciliation or in the course of judicial or arbitral proceedings.

A topic at the heart of this discussion is whether a legal framework for enforcement of international settlement agreements harmonised at the international level should be established. Many scholars, researchers and practitioners have participated in the discourse of the international professional community.

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2017-08-15T20:52:42+00:00 24 april 2017|Categories: Gerechtelijk recht - Handelsrecht|Tags: , |