Tag Archives: dispute resolution


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ICJ’s (Lack of) Jurisdiction in Jadhav’s Case

ICJ’s (Lack of) Jurisdiction in Jadhav’s Case The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has initiated proceedings to determine whether ICJ has jurisdiction to adjudicate a matter referred to it by India relating


Naima Ahmed

Pakistan’s Case With Arbitrability

Pakistan’s Case With Arbitrability Introduction International Commercial Arbitration has evolved to be one of the most exclusive ways of dispute settlement outside of realm of national courts. The corporate interests like its


Ebrahim Saifuddin

Why Is Mediation Better Than Arbitration?

Why Is Mediation Better Than Arbitration? In Pakistan arbitration receives its legal backing from The Arbitration Act 1940 whereas mediation gains support from Section 89-A of the Civil Procedure Code subject to


Ahmed Jamal

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy?

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy? “To the extent that we are privatising public civil dispute resolution systems, we are essentially privatising a significant part of the way democracy is realized[1]”.

Mayer Brown and JSM & Jingtian Launch Association in Hong Kong

Mayer Brown and JSM & Jingtian Launch Association in Hong Kong Mayer Brown made an announcement that it has received an official and formal approval from The Law Society of Hong Kong to


Nida Usman Chaudhary

Implications of Key BIT Provisions (Bilateral Investment Treaties)

Implications of Key BIT Provisions The aim of this paper is to review all the protective provisions found mostly in all BITs, whether coming from customary international law or enunciated through the