The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is pleased to host the third Hong Kong Practice Moot for the 9th Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot (HK Practice Moot). The event will be held at HKIAC’s state of the art facilities at Exchange Square in Central, Hong Kong.Read more
Have you ever acted as secretary to an arbitral tribunal? Would you like to? Are you curious what the job entails?
Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) and The Phillippine Institute of Arbitrators (PIArb) are delighted to invite you to a joint seminar on the significant role of tribunal secretaries.
Columbia Arbitration Day (CAD), the Columbia International Arbitration Association's (CIAA) largest annual event, is one of the premier international arbitration and CLE-accredited conferences in the United States, bringing together scholars, practitioners, and students from all over the world for an annual discussion on the challenges that drive the international arbitration community.Read more
We are delighted to have Sir Bernard Eder and Lucy Reed join us for an evening of debate and discussion on the use of issue estoppel in enforcement of arbitral awards. Moderated by Matthew Gearing QC, the debate will be followed by a discussion of several hypothetical scenarios in which issue estoppel may play a role in the context of enforcement proceedings.Read more
HKIAC is pleased to launch the world's first tribunal secretary accreditation programme. As an extension of HKIAC's award-winning tribunal secretary service, this programme is aimed at training and accrediting a new generation of qualified tribunal secretaries. Read more
To coincide with the Law Day celebrations, INBA proposes to organize an International conference, titled “National Law Day” at The Shangri-la, Eros Hotel, New Delhi on 26th November, 2015. This conference proposes to have participation from Hon’ble Judges, Legal Luminaries, Senior Government Officials, Legal Professionals of Fortune 500 companies, International and National Law Firms, Senior Lawyers from across the globe.
The Commercial Mediation Interest Group of the Hong Kong Mediation Council of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre is honoured to have the renowned solicitor, mediator and mediation trainer Mr Norris Yang to deliver a talk on development of the mediation practice through promotion of mediation to resolve commercial disputes.
Join distinguished members of government, industry, judiciary, business, media and global leaders of international dispute resolution operating across a number of different cultures and legal systems in celebrating the Centenary of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)
The HKIBIM Conference is the premier annual event aimed to advance the standard of BIM professional and to promote BIM to the industry. It will also provide an excellent opportunity to meet BIM professionals from leading organization and share experiences from local and international speakers.
Jointly organised by the National University of Singapore’s Centre for International Law (CIL) and the Faculty of Law, the 2015 Singapore International Arbitration Academy will bring together some of the world’s leading experts in international arbitration for an 11-day programme designed specifically for government officials, private practitioners and legal academics.
Jointly organised by the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The fifth edition of the conference will take place on 17-18 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The conference brings together logistics and maritime services providers and users, to explore business opportunities in the region.
The Lighthouse Club is delighted to present its Construction Conference 2015 on the subject of “NEC3 – Best Practice in Project Procurement and Delivery”. This Conference will concentrate on what is good about NEC3 in terms of risk allocation, collaboration, risk management and dispute avoidance and how these benefits are being achieved on the NEC contracts under construction in Hong Kong.
A full day multiple speaker presentation will involve both litigation and arbitration issues. Confirmed speakers from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, The Philippines, and Vietnam will cover topics on Attorney-Client Privilege, Criminalization of Corporate Conduct, Disclosure of Documents in International Arbitration in Asia, and Ethical Issues in International Arbitration.
The seminar will serve as a forum for our prominent speakers who are policy makers, legal practitioners and technical experts to exchange their views on salient legal and policy issues pertaining to cyber-security.