Convention on Enforceability

Video available: Anil Changaroth on ODR and the Singapore Convention

Earlier this week, Anil Changaroth spoke to webinar attendees about ODR in the era of the Singapore Convention, followed by a lively Q&A. Watch the video below, or download an event summary prepared by SIMI. See also: IMI ODR competency criteria IMI ODR forum (register to post a topic or a reply) IMI Singapore Convention …

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Singapore Convention Online Seminar Series: The Line-up

Following its kick-off last week, with Debbie Masucci speaking about how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation, we in collaboration with our friends at the Singapore International Mediation Institute are delighted to bring you the line-up for ‘webinar Wednesdays’, with further dates and speakers being added as we head towards ratification. Attendance is free, …

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Video available: Deborah Masucci on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation

Today was the first of an IMI online webinar series on the Singapore Convention. IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci gave a presentation on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation, followed by a Q&A discussion. Watch the video below: We intend this to be the start of a series of interesting, informational seminars about …

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Deborah Masucci—How the Singapore Convention will change global mediation

On Wednesday 18 March, IMI will be conducting a free seminar via Zoom, with Deborah Masucci giving a 15 minute presentation on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation. This will be followed by a Q&A discussion. The event will be of interest to mediators, users, and counsel alike. It takes place at 08:00 …

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Qatar ratifies the Singapore Convention—Convention to come into force

Qatar have become the third state to ratify the Singapore Convention, meaning the countdown to enforcement is on! The Convention on the Enforceability of Mediated Settlement will come into force on 12 September 2020. Qatar joins Singapore and Fiji, who have also ratified the Convention. 52 states in total have signed. Congratulations to Qatar! UN …

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Singapore Mediation Convention Reference Book

The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution have released a reference book on the Singapore Convention, which can be downloaded from the CJCR website here. This Reference Book focuses on the new Singapore Mediation Convention for enforcing cross-border mediated settlement agreements. It is designed to deliver on its title—as a reference book. We hope that it …

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The Singapore Convention and its Benefits for Brazil

In this article, IMI Certified Mediator Paul Mason provides insight into the benefits of the Singapore Convention for Brazil. Will Brazil be the next country to sign? Download the full article below. The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation, known more succinctly as the “Singapore Convention”, is designed to enable cross-border …

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