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March 28, 2012

Getting the Deal Through – Arbitration 2012, Thailand Chapter

Law Business Research

Written for corporate counsel, cross-border legal practitioners, and business people, Getting the Deal Through – Arbitration is a broad international perspective on arbitration law in 57 jurisdictions worldwide. In the book’s Thailand chapter, Tilleke & Gibbins attorney-at-law Kornkieat Chunhakasikarn and consultant Jennifer Erickson examine a number of key issues relating to arbitration, such as Thailand’s Arbitration Act and its relationship to the UNCITRAL Model Law, domestic arbitration institutions, requirements for arbitration agreements, arbitral proceedings, and interim measures. The chapter also reviews awards and subsequent proceedings, including decisions and opinions made in an arbitral tribunal, types of awards, appeals/challenges, and enforcement of arbitral decisions.

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