Tuesday 17 December 2013
The School of International Arbitration (SIA) at Queen Mary has produced a report to compare the fees charged by commercial courts as part of the Ministry of Justice’s consultation ‘Court fees: proposals for reform’.
Professor Loukas Mistelis, Remy Gerbay and Nicolas Raoul Costabile of the SIA at Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies wrote the report, which is a comparative assessment of the court services and fee frameworks in respect of commercial disputes. The report analysed the following jurisdictions: Singapore, the United States (in particular, State of New York and Delaware), Australia (Victoria and New South Wales) and the UAE (Emirate of Dubai).
- Download Competitiveness of fees charged for Commercial Court Services: An overview of selected jurisdictions [PDF 985.1k] for the scope and findings of the SIA report.
- View the MoJ consultation on Court fees: proposals for reform.
- Read about the School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary.