SIMC-CAMP JOINT COVID & CROSS-BORDER DISPUTE PROTOCOL
Expedited mediation to preserve relationships along the
India-Singapore business corridor
CAMP Arbitration & Mediation Practice and SIMC are proud to launch a ground-breaking cross-border mediation service targeted at businesses operating along the India-Singapore business corridor.
The SIMC-CAMP Joint Protocol is designed to offer international businesses access to economical, efficient and effective dispute resolution through cross border mediation.
This protocol was put in place during the Covid-19 pandemic and will continue to serve the cross-border commercial conflict resolution needs of corporates. Mediation serves an important purpose to facilitate commercial dealings along the India-Singapore trade corridor. The two countries have seen bilateral trade rising over the years to about US$28 billion by 2019.
CAMP is proud to partner with SIMC, a non-profit organisation set up in 2014 to provide cross-border mediation services, to provide seamless case management to the parties, who will be able to appoint co-mediators that will coordinate to overcome any physical, cultural and jurisdictional barriers to settlement.
The SIMC-CAMP Joint Protocol is launched in conjunction with the India-Singapore Mediation Summit on 17 July 2021.
- Mediations may be filed at SIMC or CAMP and will be co-managed seamlessly by both institutions.
- Mediations structured as co-mediations (e.g. two mediators from India and Singapore) to enhance cross-cultural and jurisdictional understanding.
- Mediations conducted online or in hybrid formats, to overcome travel constraints.
- Mediations at special reduced and fixed rates to improve access to mediation (see Fee Schedule below).
How It Works
File a Case (Filing fee: $250 / INR 14,000)
SIMC or CAMP organises the mediation, including selection and appointment of mediator
Mediation takes place online
Call us for a complimentary and non-obligatory consultation on mediating with us. We can exercise flexibility in the appropriate cases.
To file a case, you can download the following Request Form or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.