Protect Your Company’s Bottom-line: The Business Case for Developing Dispute Resolution Strategies in Singapore

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:

Professor Nadja Alexander, Academic Director of SIDRA;
Bonnie Hobbs, Managing Director and Associate General Counsel of Accenture;
Josephine Hadikusumo, Legal Counsel – Regional of Texas Instruments; and
Associate Professor Joel Lee, Chairman of Singapore International Mediation Institute
.

Learn how to structure your regional business to gain maximum legal protection through what Singapore has to offer. This session will go beyond an introduction to arbitration and dispute resolution processes and instead focus on prudent strategies that are aligned with corporate growth.

Singapore has positioned itself as an international dispute resolution hub in Asia by providing a complete suite of services for international arbitration, international litigation and mediation. Recognized as a preferred seat of arbitration in Asia, Singapore provides more options to parties facing cross-border disputes who need tailored solutions that meet their needs. Mediation, in particular, is a key component of Singapore’s ambitions as it complements both arbitration and litigation by offering an avenue for parties to amicably solve their problems with the aid of a professional facilitator. It can help parties fast-track their way to obtaining an enforceable arbitral award or order of court if used in conjunction with other modes of dispute resolution.

Hosted by Singapore International Mediation Centre and AmCham’s Legal & IPR Committee

 

Details of the session:

Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017

Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am

Venue: Maxwell Chambers, 32 Maxwell Road, #03-01, Singapore 069115

Price: Free of charge

 

AmCham Members: Please click HERE to register.

SIMC Members: Please email Aisyah at ajaafar@amcham.org.sg to register.