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2016 was a year of change for Asian Dispute Review. our newly created Supervisory and editorial advisory boards have strengthened the range and depth of content in the journal, as has our new Jurisdiction focus section. In another first, the journal is now available online at Kluwer Arbitration.
This issue commences with an article in which Jonathan Lee QC considers how to manage expert evidence in arbitration, from the perspective of tribunals and parties. this is followed by an article by Robert Pé which reviews Myanmar’s progress to date in reforming its international commercial and investment arbitration regimes. John Fellas and Rebeca Mosquera then explore practical considerations for Chinese parties when notifying respondents as to the commencement of an arbitration, before Eric Ng weighs up the recent debate on whether international arbitration hinders the development of commercial law. Our ‘In-House Counsel Focus’ article by Ernest Yang and Valerie Li considers Hong Kong’s position on winding-up companies pursuant to arbitral awards.
Recent arbitration developments in South Korea are summarised by Ben Hughes in the Jurisdiction focus section. finally, Robert Morgan reviews a new edition of a text on Singapore’s arbitration legislation.
We take this opportunity to wish our readers all the very best for 2017.
John Choong & Romesh Weeramantry