18 Aug 16

ICC Arbitration in Myanmar

Yangon, Myanmar, • English

The ICC International Court of Arbitration is organizing a 2-day training and a conference on arbitration to be held on 18-20 August in Yangon, Myanmar. This event is kindly sponsored by International Arbitration Club Myanmar, Livingstons Legal, UMFCCI, UNCITAL and Zagar Communications.

Description

This two day training is organised for the young arbitration lawyers in Myanmar. On the first day, leading arbitration practitioners will give a lecture on basic topics of international arbitration. The topics are designed to cover all aspects of international arbitration in the context of the new arbitration act of Myanmar. On the second day, the training will cover practical aspects of international arbitration based on a mock case and ICC Rules of Arbitration.
On the third day, a panel discussion will take place followed by a Q&A session with a view to foster the practice of arbitration in the country and engage the arbitration community in an enlightening discussion.

Who should attend the Training on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 August?
The attendance for the training workshops will be by invitation only. In case you wish to attend, please contact: registrations@livingstonslegal.com

Who should attend the Panel Discussion on Saturday 20 August?
All in-house counsels, legal practitioners, arbitrators and academics interested in the field of dispute resolution. The panel discussion is also open to business people who wish to learn more about arbitration as an option for Arbitration & ADR in Myanmar. Please register at registrations@livingstonslegal.com

Speakers

Abhinav Bhushan, Director, South Asia, ICC Arbitration & ADR, Singapore

Elan Krishna, Senior Associate, Clifford Chance LLP, Singapore

Mark Livingston, Managing Director, Livingstons Legal, Yangon

Mark Mangan, Partner, Dechert LLP, Singapore

Clive Mying Soe, Counsel, Providence Law Asia, Singapore

Minn Naing Oo, Partner, Allen & Gledhill, LLP, Yangon

Robert S. Pe, Partner, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, Hong Kong

Abraham Vergis, Managing Director, Providence Law Asia, Singapore

Benjamin Wagner, Founder, Myanmar Legal Education Group, Yangon

Janie Wong, Counsel, Dechert, Hong Kong

Logistial notes

Venue:
Republic of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry
No. (29), Min Ye Kyaw Swar Street, Lanmadaw Township, Yangon

Working language:
English

How to register for the Panel Discussion on Saturday, 20 August 2016:
Please email registrations@livingstonslegal.com

Registration fee:
Free

Travel and accommodation:
Travel and hotel expenses are not included. Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and hotel reservations.

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