ReSolution Issue 21, June 2019 | Page 3

01 From the Editor

03 ReSolution® In Brief
Conferring Exclusive Jurisdiction on Experts in Rent Review Disputes

Court Grants Access to Documents for Use in Arbitral Disciplinary Proceedings

Case in Brief: English High Court Recognises Arbitral Tribunal's Jurisdiction over Settlement Agreement in Absence of Express Arbitration: Sonact Group Limited v. Premuda SPA [2018]

No 'Piggybacking' to Avoid B2B Arbitration: Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses Despite Related Class Action

The Singapore Mediation Convention: a panacea for trade in the Trans-Pacific Region or just one piece of the puzzle?

Effective Communication at Work

Arbitrating Banking and Finance Disputes - What are the Benefits?

High Court Finds Parties Agreed to Vary Application of 'Without Prejudice' Rule in Subsequent 'Without Prejudice Save as to Costs' Correspondence

High Court of Australia Rules on Interpretation of Arbitration Clauses

Independent panel's report on family justice system welcomed

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Expert Determination for Accounting and Financial Services

Model Clause: In the event of any dispute or difference arising out of or in connection with this contract, or the subject matter of this contract, including any question about its existence, validity or termination, the parties must refer that dispute in the first instance to Expert Determination in accordance with the Expert Determination Rules of the New Zealand Dispute Resolution Centre.

To secure the appointment of an expert determiner contact NZDRC at