The 7th ICC Asia-Pacific Conference on International Arbitration is taking place on 21-22 June 2022 in Singapore and online via the ICC DRS App! Join us to stay up to date with the region’s latest arbitration trends. The day’s agenda will include an overview of recent arbitration developments in the region, including important domestic court decisions and their impact on different jurisdictions, a Fireside Chat, an Oxford style debate and panels on pharmaceutical and biotechnology disputes and corruption. There will be several opportunities to express your views during the interactive Q&A sessions throughout the day.
An ICC Institute Training on Oral Advocacy in International Arbitration: the Good, the Bad and the In between will take place the day before the conference on 21 June. Enhance your knowledge on this critical topic with our interactive and thought-provoking training. Wondering what is on the agenda? Topics will include oral versus written advocacy from the counsel and tribunal perspective, the opening statement, cross-examination and the main hearing. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their views during Q&A and case scenario sessions.
Organiser:Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (SIArb)
Arbitral Tribunals are expected to arrive at principled decisions on questions of substance and procedure, based on the application of relevant legal principles. In order to do so, they are often confronted with the need to first identify the applicable law. This can create conflicts of law issues which are particularly challenging in where there are cross-border elements of the sort routinely encountered in International Arbitration, particularly in the absence of an express choice of law by the parties. Please join our distinguished panel who will share their knowledge and practical experience on the subject of Conflicts of Law in International Arbitration.
Organiser:Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC)
In recent years, significant progress has been made by the countries in South Asia to strengthen their arbitration ecosystems to respond to the growing demand for effective cross-border dispute resolution methods.
In this webinar, leading arbitration practitioners from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will discuss key developments in arbitration in their respective jurisdictions, including the legislative changes, institutional progress, arbitration-related court decisions, and investment treaty developments, particularly in the last 5 years.