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July 15, 2014

Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution 2014, Thailand Chapter

Law Business Research

Getting the Deal Through has published the latest edition of Dispute Resolution, a multi-jurisdictional guide to dispute resolution in 49 countries worldwide. The Thailand chapter, coauthored by Tilleke & Gibbins partner Thawat Damsa-ard and Noppramart Thammateeradaycho, provides comprehensive coverage of key and contemporary legal issues related to dispute resolution in Thailand, such as the current structure of the civil court system, the role of the judge and jury, time limits for bringing a claim, pre-action considerations, commencing a civil claim, procedure and timetable for civil claims, preservation and sharing of evidence pending trial, privileged documents and advice, exchanging and presenting evidence, interim remedies, available substantive remedies, means of enforcement, contingency fee arrangements, collective claims, appeals, foreign judgments, the UNCITRAL Model Law, enforcing arbitration agreements, court intervention into arbitrations, arbitrator powers, appealing awards to the court, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution is one volume in a series of annual reports, which provide analysis of key areas of the law.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution 2014 (published in June 2014; contributing editor: Simon Bushell, Latham & Watkins). For further information please visit