This intensive 2-day workshop offers you an opportunity to better understand the nature of conflicts and learn the latest and most effective techniques to end them.
Be trained in mediation and conflict resolution services across the full range of cross-border and transnational disputes and become an expert accredited cross-border mediator.
Would be future of ISDS in Asia be framed by departing from the reasoning of the unsatisfying awards, or by following the reforms being tested in Europe, or indeed, on a decentralised basis?
The lecture will consider recent developments in the doctrines of res judicata, issue estoppel and abuse of process, and the extent to which these may be deployed in commercial arbitration; investor-State disputes; and the New York Convention.
This session will benefit inhouse counsels or compliance officers who deal with service providers, and negotiate contracts relating to human capital and technology related services.
Mediation, international arbitration and adjudication are all relatively recent entrants in the history of dispute resolution for construction and engineering contracts.
This workshop will discuss the distinctions between planning, avoidance and evasion through a combination of interactive discussions and actual case sharing.
The conference features discussions about a novel theory on the origins of international law, its enduring importance to Singapore, and “need-to-know” developments. It also features a literary lunch interview with Prof Philippe Sands QC about his prize-winning book East-West Street.
Prof James C Hathaway will provide a critical analysis of the UN's Global Compact on Refugees and offering an alternative way to approach reform of the protection system.
As global tax authorities step up their efforts in scrutinizing the erosion of tax bases and the shifting of profits through cross-border transactions, there has been an increasing focus on economic substance over legal form.
The course is designed to enable RFAs to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of AML/CFT legislations, regulatory trends and developments in Singapore…
This lecture will focus on the ways in which IP law is already being used around the world to undermine the socially progressive promise of post-scarcity.
The framers of UNCLOS provided a structure to address concerns of marine pollution, enabled by technology, as a consequence of societal demands for food. Is it time to figure out how to begin implementation?
The conference will examine Asia’s role in shaping the future of international ADR, explore the use of ADR such as dispute boards in construction and infrastructure projects, and launch the Guidelines on Witness Conferencing in International Arbitration.
This program will explore the impact of the recent and current economic and political impact on the legal framework for doing business in China and the PRC legal and judiciary system.
Join us to find out more about the current issues and opportunities in FinTech, the challenges that might arise and how parties can seek to effectively resolve their disputes.
We understand the role of the General Counsel has evolved. Grasping the importance of technology and innovation tools, and enabling them at your workplace are crucial for the effective use of your time for the business.
It is increasingly important for expert witnesses to be confident and competent to provide expert testimony effectively and in compliance with the requirements of the court.
This seminar looks at the accounting issues which can give rise to disputes between buyers and sellers of companies and how the resulting claims can be quantified.
An illustrous panel will will discuss smart contracts in relation to contracts law and intellectual property, the boom of ICOs and the recent emergence of STOs.