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HK45 5th Anniversary Cocktail Reception proudly sponsored by DTI
Join HK45 and DTI (formerly Merrill Legal Solutions) in celebrating HK45's 5th anniversary and Hong Kong Arbitration Week with drinks and canapes at the HKIAC.
HK45 is an association formed under the auspices of the HKIAC for practitioners and students under the age of 45 and aims to promote awareness and understanding of international arbitration and to provide opportunities for professional development.
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If you’re interested in a career in arbitration, this seminar is for you! Come along and hear from lawyers in private practice and in-house about what it’s really like to work in the field. And hear different perspectives about what other career paths are open to arbitration lawyers, from acting as secretary to tribunals, working at an institution such as the HKIAC, appearing as counsel, taking on the role of arbitrator and even being appointed as a High Court judge!
Panellists include Teresa Cheng SC (barrister and arbitrator), Chiann Bao (Secretary General of the HKIAC), Simon Chapman (Herbert Smith partner), and Olga Boltenko (Tribunal Secretary). They will share their experiences, anecdotes and top tips about pursuing a career in arbitration. The panel will be chaired by Frances van Eupen (Allen & Overy partner and co-chair of HK45).
This promises to be a lively and insightful seminar and there will be an opportunity to mingle over drinks afterwards. There will also be a raffle open to those attending, with a chance to win a ticket to the ADR in Asia Conference on 27 October 2015. HK45 will also invite expressions of interest to take on the role of secretary to the HK45 committee. And you can find out about other ways of getting involved in the local arbitration community.
HKIAC Arbitration Supper Club - Supper at Home with Chiann Bao
Chiann Bao and Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre cordially invite you to an informal BBQ at the Secretary-General’s home during the evening on Saturday 15 August 2015. Please RSVP by 11 August 2015; as space is limited, successful RSVPs will be notified on 12 August.
Chiann, the Secretary-General of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), is well known to all arbitration practitioners in Hong Kong. As Secretary-General, she functions as the chief executive of the HKIAC and oversees the administration of over 600 arbitrations, mediations, adjudications and other forms of dispute resolution proceedings at the HKIAC.
This will be the eighth HK45 Arbitration Supper Club. For a less inhibited discussion, Chatham House rules apply and the young lawyers must be less than 10 PQE (no partners). Our previous guest arbitrators have been Teresa Cheng, James Spigelman, Yves Fortier, Lord Hoffmann, Gavan Griffith, Doug Jones and Neil Kaplan.
The supper's other traditions will continue and we will aim for a diverse guest list at each dinner – those from law firms, the bar and others with an interest in arbitration are all welcome to enjoy an informal dinner and informative discussion of arbitration issues (and anything else that comes up). For more information or to sponsor a future Arbitration Supper Club please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
HK45 and Linklaters are delighted to invite you to a casual BBQ and drinks on board the Linklaters junk. As space is limited, we will be sending you a confirmation email and payment details if you have successfully registered for the event.
Court proceedings in breach of agreements to arbitrate remain common in many parts of Asia. As a result, the anti-suit injunction is an important tool for commercial arbitration counsel. The panellists at this seminar will consider the legal and practical issues arising in relation to anti-suit injunctions in the region including the powers of courts, arbitral tribunals and emergency arbitrators.
HKIAC Arbitration Supper Club
HK45 Arbitration Supper Club is becoming a regular fixture on the HK45 calendar – a leading arbitrator, eight lawyers and a representative of HKIAC sit down for an informal dinner and informative discussion of arbitration issues (and anything else that comes up). For a less inhibited discussion, Chatham House rules apply and except for the arbitrator, attendees must be less than 10 PQE (no partners).
Teresa Cheng SC (23 September 2014)
James Spigelman AC QC (24 October 2014)
L. Yves Fortier QC (19 November 2014)
Lord Hoffmann (4 December 2014)
Gavan Griffith AO QC (27 January 2015)
Doug Jones AO (17 March 2015)
Emmanuel Gaillard (11 May 2015)
Neil Kaplan CBE QC SBS (10 June 2015)
Join us as we discuss the most recent developments in Hong Kong, Singapore, China, India and further afield including the US$50 billion award in Yukos, the Astro v Lippo saga in Hong Kong, the latest on the CIETAC split, and the launch of the Singapore International Commercial Court.
Insights from the Arbitrator's Chair
HK45 is delighted to have three of the world's leading arbitrators share their experiences as arbitrator and counsel and their views on significant arbitration issues.
This event is free. Non-members of HK45 are welcome to attend. Light sandwiches will be provided.
ICC-YAF, HK45 and AFIA are pleased to invite you to attend our arbitration symposium on 18 March 2015 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Herbert Smith Freehills' offices in Hong Kong. Having Mr José Feris as our guest speaker, this symposium will provide an interactive forum for participants to share news and views on international arbitration under the expert guidance of several moderators and panelists. Participants are encouraged to submit topics for discussion in advance.
HKIAC’s Next Top Model Clause
Confused about this season's latest trends? Unsure what would look best in your arbitration clause? This is understandably so. Courts in several leading centres of international arbitration, including London, Singapore and Hong Kong, have recently taken divergent approaches to the core issue of the law governing the arbitration agreement. For users of arbitration, this development raises the possibility of dissimilar outcomes depending upon the approach taken by the courts where an arbitration is seated. Don't be seen with last year's clause – join our expert panel in breaking down the cases in order to examine the practical impacts of recent decisions, and explore their views on the steps the HKIAC has taken – and what arbitration users can do - to proactively manage this developing risk.
HK45 Cocktail Party & LILA – Ladies in Litigation and Arbitration – Anniversary Champagne Reception
Join HK45 and LILA in celebrating Hong Kong Arbitration Week and LILA's first anniversary with drinks and canapés at the Maritime Museum and guest speaker, Archana Kotecha, from Liberty Asia. HK45 is an association formed under the auspices of the HKIAC for practitioners and students under the age of 45 and aims to promote awareness and understanding of international arbitration and to provide opportunities for professional development. LILA is a not-for-profit networking organisation set up for female dispute resolution lawyers in Hong Kong. This event is proudly sponsored by Allen & Overy, Epiq Systems and Herbert Smith Freehills.
HK45, LCIA YIAG and CYAG Symposium
HK45, LCIA YIAG and CYAG, are pleased to invite you to attend an arbitration symposium on 13 October 2014 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm at Herbert Smith Freehills' offices in Hong Kong and in Beijing. The symposium will provide an interactive forum for participants to share news and views on international arbitration under the expert guidance of several moderators. Participants will be requested to submit topics for discussion in advance.
YOUNG ICCA INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION SKILLS WORKSHOP : Working in Arbitrations involving States
Jointly hosted by Young ICCA, HK45 and ICC YAF, this Workshop is of particular relevance to younger practitioners who may already be working in or have an interest working in disputes involving states or state entities. The discussion will focus on the practical lessons and strategic considerations particularly helpful to younger practitioners acting for or against states or state entities.
YCAP 2014 Spring Symposium with YIAG and HK45
Trans-Pacific Crossings: Current Trends and Practical Tips for International Arbitration between Asia and Canada
Arbitration Update for 2014
An update of recent developments in arbitration impacting Hong Kong
HK45 Debate: Should Asian parties adopt a stricter stance in international arbitration?
The debate highlighted problematic issues and provide advice on how best to protect the "Asian position".
International Arbitration In International Law
Contrary to popular belief, international arbitration, which has become the method of choice for resolving disputes with an international element, is not a recent phenomenon.
ICC YAF, AFIA and HK45 will hold a fabulous party on Friday 15 March 2013 The China Club.
International Arbitration Symposium Hong Kong
The Future of Asian Arbitration.
Arbitration Update for 2013
An update of recent developments in arbitration impacting Hong Kong.
SEMINAR : Autumn Seminar 2012
Autumn Seminar 2012 - “What Clients Want”.
SEMINAR : Arbitration Update for the New Year 2012
An update of recent developments in arbitration impacting Hong Kong.
SEMINAR : Arbitration in the Region : Fresh Perspectives
An overview of arbitration in the region, comparing and contrasting arbitration practice in key jurisdictions across Asia.
SEMINAR : International Commercial Arbitration
A detailed examination of the principles of commercial international arbitration legislation, institutional rules and case law.
CONFERENCE : International Arbitration Symposium, Hong Kong
SEMINAR : Introducing the New Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance
A highlight on the new Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance and providing an in-dept analysis as to its practical implications.
SEMINAR : International Arbitration 2.0 and beyond: What arbitral institutions can do to contribute to the development of international arbitration
A rare opportunity to hear directly from representative of leading arbitration institutions regarding what they conosider to be the main challenges for the development of international arbitration during the coming years and what they will do to overcome them.