As the festive season approaches, SIArb’s CPD programme for 2021 ends by focusing on the starting point for any arbitration: the arbitration clause. This seminar will examine lessons to be learned from recent case law and practice for the drafting and interpretation of arbitration clauses, including a discussion of the problems currently crossing the desks of arbitral institutions and parties’ legal advisers. Our well-known panel will draw on their experience as counsel, as arbitrator and in roles at arbitral institutions to discuss, amongst other issues:
Webinar participants will be able to watch and listen to (via computer audio or telephone line) the video presentation and Q&A discussion on their screens, receive a PDF copy of the presentation slides, as well as participate in the Q&A discussion by sending in their questions to the moderator via text using the built-in Q&A function.
|5.30 – 5.45pm||
Opening Remarks by ModeratorMs. Chiann Bao - Independent Arbitrator, Arbitration Chambers; Vice-President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
Arbitration Claus(e) is Coming to TownMr. Kevin Nash - Deputy Registrar and Centre Director, Singapore International Arbitration Centre
Ms. Jelita Pandjaitan - Partner, Linklaters Singapore Pte Ltd
|7.00 – 7.15pm||
Q & A Session Moderated by Webinar Moderator
About the Speakers
|Mr. Kevin Nash is the Deputy Registrar & Centre Director of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. Over the past decade, Kevin has overseen the administration of thousands of international cases under all versions of the SIAC Rules and the UNCITRAL Rules.
Kevin is a member of the Singapore delegation at UNCITRAL Working Group II and represents SIAC at UNCITRAL Working Group III. He is listed by Who’s Who Legal as one of the leading arbitration lawyers in Southeast Asia and a ‘Future Leader’ in the Global Guide.
Kevin is qualified as a barrister and solicitor with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
|Ms. Jelita Pandjaitan leads the Linklaters’ Dispute Resolution practice in Asia, focusing on South East Asia and Hong Kong SAR, where she practised for 10 years before relocating to Singapore. She advises and represents clients on their most complex cross-border commercial disputes, whether seeking resolution through arbitration, litigation, mediation or negotiation.
Jelita specialises in financial and energy and resource arbitrations, using all the major institutions and rules (such as SIAC, HKIAC, ICC, and UNCITRAL), including obtaining interim injunctive relief and enforcing arbitral awards in regional courts. She has been appointed by both the SIAC and the ICC as a sole or co-arbitrator.
About the Moderator
|Ms. Chiann Bao is an international arbitrator with Arbitration Chambers.
She currently serves as a Vice Chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee. She is also a Vice President of the ICC Court of Arbitration as well as the chair of the ICC Commission’s Task Force on ADR and Arbitration. From 2010-2016, Chiann served as the Secretary-General of the HKIAC.
She is an honorary senior fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a CEDR-accredited mediator.
REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE: 26th November 2021
(includes materials, if any)
|SIArb Members||S$ 40.00|
Asia Pacific Institute of Experts (APIEx)
Regional Arbitral Institute Forum (RAIF)
Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA)
Singapore Corporate Counsel Association (SCCA)
Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA)
Society of Construction Law Singapore (SCL (S))
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SILE Attendance Policy
Participants who wish to obtain CPD Points are reminded that they must comply strictly with the Attendance Policy set out in the CPD Guidelines. For this activity, this includes logging in at the start of the webinar and logging out at the conclusion of the webinar in the manner required by the organiser, and not being away from the entire activity for more than 15 minutes. Participants who do not comply with the Attendance Policy will not be able to obtain CPD Points for attending the activity. Please refer to http://www.silecpdcentre.sg for more information.
REGISTRATION, REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY
1. Places are limited and can only be allocated in order of priority upon receipt of registration and any payment due.
2. SIArb reserves the right to update or amend the details of the programme and/or the names of speakers without prior notice.
3. SIArb will not entertain any request for a refund of fees. However, a confirmed registrant who has paid in full the webinar fees but does not turn up for the webinar will be entitled to collect a set of the materials provided.
4. If you are unable to attend the event, an equivalent substitute may attend in your place at no extra charge provided that at least 3 days prior written notice is given to SIArb.
5. We reserve the right to refuse to register or admit any participant, and to cancel or postpone the event.
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