Arbitration specialists from Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution team in Bangkok contributed the Thailand chapter to the recently published Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards Guide from Global Arbitration Review (GAR).
The Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards Guide addresses the evolving realities of today’s legal landscape, in which enforcement of arbitral awards is a growing concern. It also offers guidance on challenging awards in different jurisdictions. Part I of the guide offers a comprehensive thematic overview to provide readers with a clear understanding of the intricacies involved in the arbitration process. Part II then explores the specifics of challenging and enforcing arbitration awards in 29 different jurisdictions.
The Thailand chapter—which was authored by counsel Michael Ramirez, partner Noppramart Thammateeradaycho, and associate Anyamani Yimsaard—covers the following topics:
- Requirements for the form of arbitral awards;
- Recourse against an award;
- Setting aside;
- Recognition and enforcement of awards;
- Procedure for service of judicial and extrajudicial documents;
- Identification of assets;
- Enforcement proceedings;
- Interim measures;
- Attachment proceedings; and
- Recognition and enforcement against foreign states.
The Thailand chapter can be downloaded through the button below, or visit the GAR website to explore the full guide.
For further information, please contact:
Michael Ramirez, Tilleke & Gibbins