Arbitrating international disputes in South East Asia
On 3 December 2013, in Singapore, the ICC International Court of Arbitration is partner of a conference on current best practices and potential reforms in international arbitration in South East Asia, as well as recent legal developments in the region.
In collaboration with Stephenson Harwood, 12 Wentworth Selborne Chambers and Latham & Watkins, the International Chamber of Commerce will co-present the one-day conference which will be of particular interest for in-house counsel from South East Asia.
Cheng-Yee Khong, Director and Counsel of the Asia Office, ICC International Court of Arbitration, encourages in-house and corporate counsel to attend, saying “this is a rare opportunity for the business community to attend an event aimed at providing in-house and corporate counsel with practical insights on what it means to include an arbitration clause in their contracts, including the benefits of international arbitration and potential pitfalls to avoid. We will encourage the audience to interact with the speakers and benefit from their knowledge and expertise.”
Leading practitioners and academics will provide guidance and insights in relation to:
- The recent wave of new institutional rules
- Emergency Arbitrators procedures
- Controlling the cost of international arbitration: What can in-house counsel do?
- Recent legal developments in South East Asia
- Overcoming resource nationalism and state expropriation
The conference is free for members of ICC National Committees and ICC Asia and grants up to 6.5 CPD points.
For any additional information please contact: Gracies Goh