Opening Remarks by Moderator
Mr. Andrew Pullen – Barrister, Fountain Court Chambers; Council Member, Singapore Institute of Arbitrators
Interest in arbitration is interesting! (but the law of interest claims is a mess)
Mr. Jonathan Ellis - Managing Director, Secretariat
Dr. Matthew Secomb - Partner, White & Case Pte. Ltd.
Q & A Session
About the Speakers
|Mr. Jonathan Ellis is a Managing Director with Secretariat and is based in Singapore. He has had broad forensics, litigation and arbitration experience over the past 15 years. He specialises in the quantification of damages and valuations, in particular in dispute contexts. He has testified on many occasions, in both court and arbitration, undertaken expert determinations and has been engaged as a tribunal appointed expert. Since 2017 he has been recognised among the leading arbitration expert witnesses worldwide by Who’s Who Legal and was classified as “Global Elite Thought Leader” for 2020.
|Dr. Matthew Secomb is a partner based in White & Case’s Singapore office. His practice focuses on international arbitration, with a particular emphasis on energy and construction disputes. He also acts as arbitrator, having chaired or sat as sole or co-arbitrator in arbitrations under various rules (ICC, HKIAC, LCIA, SIAC etc). Matthew is qualified as an avocat à la cour at the Paris bar, a solicitor-advocate in England & Wales and a barrister and solicitor in Victoria. He teaches an annual course on Energy Arbitration as an Adjunct Associate Professor at NUS Law. Matthew is listed as one of the top 10 Asia-Pacific based lawyers named in Who’s Who Legal: Global Elite Thought Leaders 2020 – Arbitration.|
About the Moderator
|Mr. Andrew Pullen is an English-qualified barrister specialising in international arbitration, appearing as counsel and sitting as arbitrator. He has been based in Singapore since 2011. Andrew’s recent cases range from construction disputes in Australia and Asia, to claims relating to software licensing and the development of pharmaceuticals, to joint venture disputes. His diverse experience covers energy, finance, mining, automotive, defence, utilities, heavy industry, manufacturing, brewing and media, and cases determined under a wide variety of governing laws and arbitral rules, in Asia, Europe and the US. He frequently works as cocounsel with lawyers from many jurisdictions and has considerable experience of interim measures and jurisdiction issues in arbitration.|
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