This lecture provides first-hand insight into the influential role that Singapore played in the new Convention’s origins within UNCITRAL Working Group II. It will also explore the content of the Convention itself, and look ahead to the likely impact of its implementation from both a policy and practical perspective.
This seminar explores the available mechanisms under the Asian Development Bank’s Infrastructure Referee Programme where parties in a PPP infrastructure project may obtain funding support and technical assistance for dispute prevention and resolution.
The 5th AMA Conference is a forum for the exchange of the latest ideas and developments in mediation and provide valuable networking opportunities for the dispute resolution community.
The lecture will consider Chinese perspectives on the opportunities and challenges that may arise from dynamic business and legal environments along the BRI.
In this lecture, Joanna Kalowski will address culture in dispute resolution, with the aim of equipping mediators to be confident and more culturally-aware while handling complex disputes.
The China Maritime Arbitration Commission (CMAC) and Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration will share innovations in ADR on for maritime disputes.
London-based commercial mediator Andrew Miller QC will explore mediation in the last few years, the current trends and the likely role of mediation in the future. Can mediation be considered 'alternative' anymore or has it in many respects become the primary dispute resolution process?
A quick look at SIMC’s Specialist Mediator Workshop in Shanghai
Effective Dispute Resolution for Asian Businesses in Central and Eastern Europe
SIMC members are invited to attend the fourth anniversary of the IFLR Southeast Asia Forum, taking place on September 19 in Singapore at the Goodwood Park Hotel. Join an audience of over 150 in-house counsel and private practice for another year of addressing the pertinent legal issues faced in the region. This crucial one-day event offers a unique chance for thought leaders to share their expertise and develop new strategies to deal with pressing concerns.
Given the increasing interest in multi-tier dispute resolution, this seminar aims to promote the effective use of mediation and arbitration in cross-border dispute resolution together with elite arbitrators and mediators from both common law and civil law jurisdiction. This seminar also focuses on a unique “Arb-Med-Arb” approach that combines the potential benefits of cost efficiency, confidentiality and international enforceability, which is an attractive alternative dispute resolution tool for parties keen to preserve commercial relationships whilst giving force to settlement agreements reached through arbitration and mediation.
Kim & Chang would like to cordially invite you to a joint seminar with Singapore International Mediation Centre (SIMC). In this seminar, topics of international mediation, SIMC and Arb-Med-Arb procedure will be discussed with the Chairman and the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of SIMC. Please kindly RSVP to this invitation to firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
Singapore International Mediation Centre and AmCham Singapore are pleased to invite you to a lively discussion on Protect Your Company’s Bottom-line: The Business Case for Developing Dispute Resolution Strategies in Singapore with dispute resolution experts.