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provides for the first time a full English translation of the decisions made by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court on a biannual basis, irrespective of whether the original decision was published in the German, French or Italian language, or whether the decision has been officially published or is simply available on the Court’s website. The English translation is presented in parallel to the original text of each decision, and it is preceded by a head note and a summary of the decision for the reader in a hurry. All decisions directly relating to international arbitration will be translated, including those that deal with ...
Horse farm owner headed to court - Barrow Journal
Twiss has been embroiled in conflict with both Barrow County and her neighbors since filing a request in 2008 to rezone her 25 acres on Hancock Bridge Road from residential to agricultural. Twiss purchased the property in 2004 with the intent of moving her business, Across the Way Stables, to the property. Twiss said she checked with the planning department at the time and was told that her horse boarding business would be allowed under R-1 zoning. It was not until after Twiss had cleared several acres of the property, constructed a ten stall horse barn and built a riding arena that she was notified of several zoning and ... market research, surveys and trends
The Singapore Law Review » Blog Archive » Interview with Michael ...
Mr. Michael Hwang’s illustrious career in the law spans more than four decades. A former partner of leading law firm Allen & Gledhill, Mr. Hwang was a Judicial Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Singapore and was amongst the first 12 to be appointed to the rank of Senior Counsel. Mr. Hwang has also been cited as Asia’s top arbitrator by the Global Arbitration Review and has been listed by The International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration as Singapore’s leading lawyer for commercial arbitration expertise. Q: What made you interested in arbitration? When I was a Judicial Commissioner in 1991 – 92, of course that gave ... market research, surveys and trends


Sep 15, 2003 ... (95%) were not interested in arbitration if they believed the case ... the largest toxic tort injury settlement in U.S. history: $330 million in damages ... Eighty percent (80%) of the lawyers we interviewed preferred to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Teams Still Get Bang For Their Buck in Salary Arbitration ...
that some Major League Baseball executives predicted a “flood” of non-tenders during the offseason. Said Olney: Executives say many of the names being discussed by teams as possible trade bait include a growing number of players with three to five-plus years of service time — players who are eligible for arbitration. This is widely being read as a precursor to a wave of players in that group not being tendered contracts before the Dec. 12 deadline. “I think the market will get flooded with non-tenders,” opined a veteran executive. A club holds a player’s rights for the first six years of major ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Stars, Fabian Brunnstrom settle on one-year, $675000
I think I would have rather had the $826,875 on the qualifying offer and had the confidence that I was going to earn it by staying in the NHL and out of the minors (where he would have made $65,000), but Brunnstrom really seems to want to stay out of the minors. What's your take? UPDATE: I talked to Brunnstrom's agent J.P. Barry, and he was very much carrying out the wishes of his client I believe they were prepared to ask for the full qualifying offer ($826,875) on a one-way contract and then hope the arbitrator came as close to that as possible. I also think they had made it clear to the Stars they were willing to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Possible Trade Scenarios For The St. Louis Cardinals
With the trade deadline rapidly approaching, the St. Louis Cardinals are in need of some help if they want to stave off the upstart Cincinnati Reds. The following players could be great fits and propel them to the playoffs.  Roy Oswalt Let's start with the obvious. Every Cardinal fan, and many baseball fans as well, have heard the rumors. Oswalt and the Cardinals have a mutual interest in each other. The current Astros pitcher wants a chance to contend for a World Series ring, something the 39-57 Astros won't do this year. He also has stated publicly that he would be willing to do whatever it takes to join ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The arbitration literature: Who contributes?
professor/arbitrator might not be interested in arbitration research, or that research may not satisfy the research requirements of a specific academic ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Chapter 2.37 - Arbitration Committee
The proponent or interested person who requested the Arbitration Committee meeting may appeal the Committee's decision pursuant to Chapter 1.12. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Center on International Commercial Arbitration
WCL presents one of the most diverse and complete course offerings on international commercial arbitration in the United States.  These courses emphasize the analysis and study of theoretical legal issues as well as specific questions frequently found in real life arbitral cases.  Semester Courses Summer Courses (English) Summer Courses (Spanish) Work Experience In International Commercial Arbitration: There is a variety of opportunities to gain work experience in international arbitration at WCL and in summer placements. Dean's Fellowships Students have an opportunity for paid employment and can support the ...
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Arbitration/Mediation: Autonomy in law profession, international ...
Hi Tim,  I'm writing to find out how much independent freedom there is when working as an arbitrator or just in the field of law?  I am in my late twenties and have worked in both education and corporate fields.  I find the inter-office politics troublesome and sometimes outright unbearable, especially in education. What I would like to do is to become an independent consultant and help 2 of my friends expand their businesses overseas.  Thus, I am interested in arbitration and international business law. My question is based on the assumption that I should work at another firm to gain experience so that ...
Arbitration/Mediation: Mediation/Arbitration Career Question ...
Thank you for being available to answer questions. My question pertains to the careers of Arbitration and Mediation. I am very interested in pursuing ADR as a career, but am wondering if it is necessary to attend law school to be sufficiently educated? Is there another way to enter the field and gain a thorough education in ADR? Also, what aptitudes or personal characteristics would you say are the most important in becoming an arbitrator or mediator? Thank you very much, Jennifer Answer Thank you for your question. Mediators are trained in specialized facilitation skills and work to bring disputing parties together to work out ...