Prof Robert Merges will discuss enforcement issues surrounding IP disputes, including arbitration and other non-court dispute resolution forums.
Lawrence Akka, QC will speak on the history and rise of cryptocurrencies. Subsequently, he will discuss on blockchain, smart contracts and the technology behind bitcoin.
Paul Lowenstein, QC will speak on ground-breaking developments in the fight against cyber-fraud as developed in CMOC v Persons Unknown and others  EWHC 2230 (Comm).
This workshop will demystify the essential aspects of the functioning of blockchains and distributed ledger technology, and examine any related legal and dispute resolution issues.
Will advanced innovations substantially change the landscape of arbitration and dispute resolution practices?
This session will review the classifications of financial statement schemes and red flags that might be associated with these schemes through a series of case studies.
The series focuses on developments in Singapore and the UK, and where relevant, developments in the EU, US and Australia.
This lecture will provide first-hand insight into the influential role that Singapore played in the new Convention’s origins within UNCITRAL Working Group II.
Professor McCormick will share personal reflections on the market place dynamics which may govern success or failure for arbitration service providers in the region.
In this debate, the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators invites you to look into the future of dispute resolution and consider how technology is changing arbitration.
This lecture explores the landscape of Singapore public law as it has developed within a ‘paternal democracy’ by highlighting its unique or unusual features.
Collaborative Family Practice (CFP) is an interest-based approach to negotiations dealing with matrimonial disputes. CFP aims to assist couples to reach an agreement.