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ADV: Study on Governing Law and Jurisdictional Choices in Cross-Border Transactions

ADV: Study on Governing Law and Jurisdictional Choices in Cross-Border Transactions

Source: Singapore Law Watch
Date Published: 11 Jan 2019
Author: Singapore Academy of Law

Take the survey and receive the findings.

In 2015, the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) commissioned a study on governing law and jurisdictional choices in cross-border transactions. That survey provided valuable  insights into these contractual choices across Asia.

SAL is now commissioning a second study and has appointed IPSOS, a global market research & consulting firm, to conduct the 2019 survey among legal professionals who  are involved in Asian cross-border legal transactions.
We invite you to take part in the survey. A summary of the survey findings will be shared with you.

The survey should take 15 minutes to complete and will remain open until 25 January 2019. Your response is greatly appreciated and will help us to better understand the choices of governing law and dispute resolution venues.

Your responses will remain strictly confidential.  None of the responses you provide will be attributed either to you personally or to your organisation or firm.

Thank you.

Click here to participate in the survey. 



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