[Workshop] Maxwell Lectures Webinar: Client Relationships Management | 15 July 2021

[Workshop] Maxwell Lectures - Itzik Amiel - 15 July 2021

Join us in 2-part workshop, with trainer Mr Itzik Amiel, Attorney-at-law & Founder & CEO, THE SWITCH™ for lawyers to gain practical skills on client relationships management.   Date: Thursday, 15 July 2021 Time: 3.00pm – 6.15pm (GMT+8) Format: Webinar, across Zoom   Registration Fee: SGD300 (inclusive of 7% GST) Registeration: Click here to register   Programme: 3.00 PM to 3.05 PM: Introduction to Trainer 3.05 PM to 4.20 PM - Part I: Client Onboarding 4.20 PM to 4.30 PM - Short break 4.30 PM to 5.45 PM - Part II: Maintain & Retain Clients 5.45 PM to 6.15 PM - Q&A   Download Event Flyer: Click here to download [gallery columns="4" size="full" ids="6615,6618,6616,6617"]   Who should attend? The workshop...

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Maxwell Lectures Webinar: Business development secrets for lawyers to grow their practice & careers | 30 June 2021

Maxwell Lectures - Itzik Amiel - 30 June 2021

Do you get results from networking events? Know how to connect to the right people? Do you nurture your relationships on a regular basis? Struggling with getting your relationships to help you to grow your business? Having trouble marketing yourself? If any of these questions resonate with you, you’re not alone. Back by popular demand, Mr Itzik Amiel, Attorney-at-law & Founder & CEO, THE SWITCH™ will be conducting a re-run of the Maxwell Lectures webinar "Business development secrets for lawyers to grow their practice & careers". Lawyers often struggle with the effective use of relationships and networking in a way that is...

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Recap: Maxwell Lectures Webinar: Business Development Secrets for Lawyers to Grow their Practice & Careers

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We were deeply appreciative to have Mr Itzik Amiel, Attorney-at-law and Founder & CEO of THE SWITCH™ as the speaker for our Maxwell Lectures webinar,  Business Development Secrets for Lawyers to Grow their Practice & Careers on 11 March 2021. Mr Itzik spoke about the importance of networking to create meaningful relationships among lawyers and law firms. He also shared business development tips on how best to ensure growth for both their practice and referral rates. Mr Itzik Amiel is the global leading authority on Business Development, Business Networking, Personal Branding, and Relationship Capital. He has transformed the lives and careers...

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Q&A with Dr Donald Charrett, Arbitrator and Author

Dr Donald Charrett is a Barrister, Arbitrator, Mediator, Dispute Board Member and Member of the Victorian Bar. He is editor of the book, The International Application of FIDIC Contracts. Maxwell Chambers spoke to Dr Charrett on the application of the contracts in construction law, the process of obtaining information on various jurisdictions, his own professional background, and more. 1.         Tell us more about your new book, The International Application of FIDIC Contracts. The book provides guidance on the specific legal requirements of using FIDIC Red, Yellow and Silver Books in eighteen jurisdictions in the Pacific, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and South America. The...

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Recap: Maxwell Lectures Webinar: Damages for Deliberate Breach of Tortious Duty

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We were delighted to have esteemed International Arbitrator Sir Jeremy Cooke (7 King's Bench Walk and Singapore International Commercial Court) as the speaker for our very first Maxwell Lectures seminar in 2019, Damages for Deliberate Breach of Tortious Duty. With his years of experience in shipping law, Sir Jeremy Cooke discussed the issue of fraud in the deliberate loss or damage of cargo for the purpose of claims - a topic of particular interest to legal professionals in maritime arbitration. We would like to thank Sir Jeremy Cooke for taking the time to share his expertise as well as all in attendance!       ...

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Recap: Maxwell Lectures Webinar: From the Third to Fourth Industrial Revolution

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We had a full house for our 13 December seminar, From the Third to Fourth Industrial Revolution - Impact of technology on dispute resolution and lawyering. The seminar comprised of a panel discussion with Prof. Steve Ngo (Asian Arbitration & ADR Alliance), Mr Aloysius Wee (Managing Partner, Aquinas Law Alliance LLP) and Ms Shae Teo (Director of Singapore, Law In Order). The three industry professionals each shared their views pertaining to the use of technology in their respective areas of expertise. We would like to offer our utmost thanks to the three speakers, as well as all attendees for their presence!             ...

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