Maxwell Chambers welcomes Shae Teo

On behalf of the Board and team, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Ms Shae Teo, who joins Maxwell Chambers as the Deputy Chief Executive on 17 May 2021. Shae will be joining me and the team to spearhead the next digital transformation milestone of Maxwell Chambers. With Shae’s addition, we will continue to engage and collaborate with our partners and stakeholders in the ADR community. Prior to joining Maxwell Chambers, Shae was with a global leader in legal technology. She also held leadership positions at an Australian legal solutions company. Shae brings experience, a proven track record of success...

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[Podcast] The Port of Call for Settling Disputes – Adrian Tan, a Member of the Board of Directors of Maxwell Chambers speaks with In House Warrior

Adrian Tan_Podcast with In House Warrior

Adrian Tan, a member of our Board of Directors, was a guest speaker on In House Warrior, a daily podcast produced by the Corporate Counsel Business Journal with host Richard Levick of LEVICK. In this episode, Adrian shares more on dispute resolution, the challenges of Covid, the bias of AI, hybrid models and the importance of human connection in resolving disputes. Listen to the full podcast below: ...

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Maxwell Chambers Appoints New Chairman

                                                                    Media Coverage 17 March 2021           Maxwell Chambers in Singapore gets a new board chairman (In-House Community) 12 March 2021           Singapore’s Maxwell Chambers Appoints New Chairman (Litigation Edge) 12 March 2021           Maxwell Chambers appoints new chairman (Lexology) 11 March 2021           New chair at Maxwell Chambers (Global Arbitration Review) 11 March 2021           Maxwell Chambers Appoints New Chairman (Asia Law Portal)  ...

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Maxwell Chambers’ Hybrid and Virtual Hearing Solutions Video in Collaboration with the Ministry of Law

Maxwell Chambers now offers both hybrid and virtual hearing solutions with our state-of-the-art video conferencing capabilities and full suite of services from reputable partners including real-time transcription, interpretation, and digital hearing solutions. Join us as we navigate through a new era of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) hearings. Interested parties may contact us directly at [email protected] or call 6595 9010. The video was filmed in collaboration with the Ministry of Law, Singapore. Special thanks to Opus 2 for the hearing set-up featured in the video. https://youtu.be/K071UwWmDXE...

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Maxwell Chambers Suites link bridge wins BCA Design and Engineering Safety Award

The link bridge that connects both Maxwell Chambers and Maxwell Chambers Suites was one of the recipients of the Building and Construction Authority’s (BCA) Design and Engineering Safety Award. Mr Aaron Foong, managing director of KTP Consultants, a member of Surbana Jurong Group was tasked with designing and constructing the 20m-long overhead bridge to both buildings. Mr Foong used a novel Z-profile steel brace to construct the bridge that took only one night to be installed. Mr Foong said, “It is a sustainable way to achieve an elegant outcome. Adding on he said, “We could easily have added an additional column but it would not have...

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How have Virtual Hearings changed the ADR Landscape?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tUof-GKyQg&t=1s Want to know how have Virtual Hearings changed the ADR landscape? Hear from Ms Katherine Yap, Chief Executive, Maxwell Chambers, and Mr Timothy Cooke, Arbitrator, Stephenson Harwood LLP as they share more about virtual hearings and how Maxwell Chambers is assisting clients to achieve a positive and seamless virtual hearing experience. For more information on the virtual hearing experience at Maxwell Chambers, read more at https://www.maxwellchambers.com/ To book a virtual hearing with us, email [email protected] or call 6595 9010. Video Clips Credit: Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration...

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Arbitrators team up to create resource centre for sharing know-how on remote hearings

Clyde & Co partner secures backing from leading arbitrators and institutions to launch Virtual Arbitration site Leading arbitration institutions have joined forces to create an online resource — Virtual Arbitration —  with the aim of sharing best practice on conducting web-based arbitrations using online technology. The initiative is being led by Ben Knowles, Clyde & Co’s co-chair of international arbitration, and is funded by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the London Court of International Arbitration and the International Dispute Resolution Centre. The move echoes the launch of an international initiative in March led by leading legal futurologist Professor Richard Susskind to share know how on the use...

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Leading ADR-service rivals from England, Singapore, and Canada launch International Arbitration Centre Alliance

LONDON, SINGAPORE, TORONTO—Three leading international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) hearing centres have joined forces to form the International Arbitration Centre Alliance (IACA). The alliance firms are Arbitration Place of Toronto and Ottawa, Canada; the International Dispute Resolution Centre (IDRC) of London, UK; and Maxwell Chambers of Singapore. Their unprecedented global collaboration of physical, technical, and professional resources is aimed at reducing the distance, time-zone, and countless other challenges associated with planning and conducting international arbitration hearings and ADR proceedings during these extraordinary times— and in the “new normal” that will be with us for some time. In a joint statement,...

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Global Arbitration Review Highlights Successful Virtual Hearing at Maxwell Chambers

Recently, Maxwell Chambers held a successful virtual hearing that was featured by the Global Arbitration Review. Here are some testimonials from our clients: Mr Timothy Cooke, Stephenson Harwood LLP, Sole Arbitrator tells GAR: “Our experience of holding a virtual hearing from Maxwell Chambers was a very positive one. The hearing required simultaneous attendance from people across three continents and the presentation of witnesses in different languages. The video conferencing facilities operated without difficulty and with very minimal time lag. This was impressive given that at one point we had counsel in England cross examining a witness in Australia with the tribunal and...

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