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August 5, 2015

Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution 2015, Thailand Chapter

Law Business Research

The latest edition of Getting the Deal Through – Dispute Resolution  provides detailed overviews of dispute resolution laws and procedures in 48 jurisdictions worldwide. Thawat Damsa-ard, partner, and Surapong Damrongtrakoolsak, attorney-at-law, in Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution and litigation department, coauthored the Thailand chapter of the guide. The Thailand chapter covers the following subjects in detail:

  • Litigation: Structure of civil courts, role of the judge, time limits, pre-action considerations, commencing civil proceedings, timetable of a civil claim, preserving documents and other evidence pending trial, privileged documents, exchanging written evidence and experts, presenting evidence at trial, remedies, contingency or conditional fee arrangements, collective redress, appeals, enforcing foreign judgments, and obtaining oral or documentary evidence for use in civil proceedings in other jurisdictions.
  • Arbitration: The UNCITRAL Model Law, appointing arbitrators, substantive requirements for procedures to be followed, court intervention, interim relief, timing and form of awards, appealing awards to the court, procedures for enforcing foreign and domestic awards, and recovering costs.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2015 (published in June 2015; contributing editor: Simon Bushell, Latham & Watkins LLP). For further information please visit

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