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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Recap: Maxwell Chambers & Opus 2 Webinar: From virtual to hybrid – navigating arbitration hearings after COVID-19

Maxwell Chambers and Opus 2 held our first webinar together "From virtual to hybrid -navigating arbitration hearings after COVID-19" on 26 August 2020 with five esteemed industry representatives. The speakers were Mr Timothy Cooke, Partner, Stephenson Harwood LLP, Mr Simon C. Milnes, Counsel and Arbitrator, Twenty Essex,  Mr Chan Leng Sun, SC, Senior Counsel and Arbitrator, Essex Court Chambers Duxton (Singapore), Ms Katherine Yap, Chief Executive, Maxwell Chambers, and Ms Katie-Beth Jones, Senior Business Development Consultant, Opus 2. It was an insightful and informative session where the speakers gave their views and discussed how Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) was moving from virtual...

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Maxwell Chambers & Opus 2 Webinar: From virtual to hybrid – navigating arbitration hearings after COVID-19

Want to know more about virtual and hybrid hearings? Join us on Wednesday, August 26 at 4 PM (SGT), as five esteemed industry representatives from Stephenson Harwood, Twenty Essex, Essex Court Chambers Duxton, Maxwell Chambers and Opus 2, sit for a #CoffeeChat to share insights and best practices to help you navigate through a new era of arbitration hearings post-COVID-19. Register now via https://opus2.co/33Zjspa ...

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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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Hybrid and Virtual Hearings

                          Hybrid and Virtual Hearing Solutions at Maxwell Chambers  Maxwell Chambers is now able to accommodate clients' requests to conduct hearings with safe distancing measures in place. This will help clients minimise disruptions to their legal proceedings. We are pleased to offer our Hybrid and Virtual Hearing Solutions using our state-of-the-art video conferencing capabilities and a full suite of services from reputable partners that include remote transcription, interpretation, and digital hearing solutions. Parties may book hearing rooms at Maxwell Chambers to conduct Hybrid Hearings. They are also able to conveniently conduct hearings with remote parties via Maxwell Chambers' video conferencing facilities, which seamlessly integrate...

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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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Virtual Hearing Testimonials

Hear what our clients are saying about their Maxwell Chambers Virtual Hearing Experience:   Mr. Simon Milnes Respondent’s Counsel, Twenty Essex, London [The experience of conducting a case via video technology was] “so close to an in-person hearing that I will be unhesitatingly recommending this technology to clients even after the COVID-19 crisis is over. It did not feel like a second-best option, but rather a state-of-the-art facility that let the arbitration run without hindrances.”   Mr. Timothy Cooke Arbitrator, Stephenson Harwood LLP “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...

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Recap: SCMA Live Webinar: Legal Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings

Watch the full webinar at: SCMA Webinar: Legal, Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings On Friday, 29 May 2020, the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) hosted its inaugural webinar on the topic of “Legal, Commercial and Practical Perspectives on Virtual Arbitration Hearings". The webinar was attended by over 120 participants and many participants asked the panelists many questions relating to virtual hearings.  The webinar was moderated by Mr Punit Oza, Executive Director, SCMA, and featured panelists such as Mr Amitabh Jha, Chief - Strategic Procurement, Tata Steel, Global Procurement, Mr Nick Fell, EVP, Corporate Services & General Counsel, BW...

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Virtual Hearing Video Guide

Maxwell Chambers has created a virtual hearing video guide to assist parties to familiarise themselves with the video conferencing platform prior to a virtual hearing. Parties will be able to connect remotely and dial into the hearing that will help them minimise any disruptions to their case proceedings and achieve planned timelines. A secure cloud-based platform will enable parties to access their materials from anywhere and collaborate online in a single-connected environment. Maxwell Chambers is also working with reputable partners to provide clients with a full suite of services, including remote transcription, interpretation, and digital hearing solutions. Prior to the hearing, our moderator and...

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Virtual Hearing FAQs

What is a virtual hearing? A virtual hearing is a hearing conducted by audio-visual means, where cases take place without the need for participants to attend the hearing in person. What do I need to access a virtual hearing? We are using a video conferencing platform called "Bluejeans". You will require a laptop with a webcam and microphone function, and earphones with a microphone function to facilitate this video-conferencing. The device must be connected to a stable and high-speed internet connection to ensure good video quality. An invitation link will be sent to the respective party's email, which they can click to connect...

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