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Dispute resolution in the financial crisis

Disputes are increasing across Asia. We examine where best to settle them, debate the merits of courts or arbitration, and weigh up the relative merits of Hong Kong, China, Singapore and the ICC.

Topics will include:

- Which is better--arbitration inside China or outside?
- CIETAC or local arbitration commissions?
- If outside China, what are my options and what are the pro's and con's?
- Can arbitral awards really be enforced?


Speakers will include:

Thomas Young, Asialaw
Michael Moser, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
Stephen Maloy, GE
Cao Lijun, Jones Day
Recorded Jun 3 2009 54 mins
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  • Regulatory disputes in the wake of Lehman Recorded: Jul 21 2009 60 mins
    Singapore Exchange, GE Capital, Herbert Smith, Asialaw
    Following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, regulatory disputes are on the rise. We examine the architecture of regulatory systems across the region and assess what investors can reasonably expect from them.

    Topics will include:

    - How the Lehman mini-bond saga has changed the landscape for regulatory disputes?
    - How regulators across the region have dealt with issues arising from the financial crisis
    - Strategies for liaising with regulators: softly or stonewall?

    Speakers will include:

    - Stephen Mulrenan, managing editor, Asialaw
    - Joyce Fong, general counsel and company secretary, SGX
    - Sow Wei Wong, chief compliance officer, SE Asia, GE Capital
    - Mark Johnson, head of Asia dispute resolution, Herbert Smith
  • Dispute resolution in the financial crisis Recorded: Jun 3 2009 54 mins
    HKIAC, GE, Jones Day, Asialaw
    Disputes are increasing across Asia. We examine where best to settle them, debate the merits of courts or arbitration, and weigh up the relative merits of Hong Kong, China, Singapore and the ICC.

    Topics will include:

    - Which is better--arbitration inside China or outside?
    - CIETAC or local arbitration commissions?
    - If outside China, what are my options and what are the pro's and con's?
    - Can arbitral awards really be enforced?


    Speakers will include:

    Thomas Young, Asialaw
    Michael Moser, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
    Stephen Maloy, GE
    Cao Lijun, Jones Day
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