In recent years there has been an explosion of interest in how parties and counsel conduct themselves in international arbitration. Powerful voices have warned that if the arbitration community does not effectively regulate itself then regulation will be imposed. Responses to this challenge have included explicit provisions in the LCIA Arbitration Rules, guidelines promulgated by the International Bar Association, proposals for a global ethics tribunal, admonitions to behave more responsibly—and vocal opposition to doing anything at all.
C5’s unrivalled reputation in Civil Fraud events, Fraud, Asset Tracing and Recovery Asia will bring together the leading lawyers, regulatory experts and forensic accountants for this networking and learning event.
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Consequent to the Civil Justice Reform launched in April 2009, the use of mediation had been further extended to cover all civil cases in High Court and District Court. Ms Lam was appointed to the current role with the key responsibility of executing the reform through the establishment of the Mediation Information Office in the Judiciary.
Join over 200 senior in-house professionals and hear from our Chairwoman Gill Meller, Legal Director and Secretary of MTR Corporation and a line-up of top specialists from Yihaodian, AIG, ACE and more, who will share their expertise and knowledge on the most important legal developments in the region. To find out more details and to view the programme please visit: www.ccf-hongkong.com
The Asia-Pacific In-house Counsel Summit is the region’s leading event for corporate and bankers’ counsel. Entering its 12th year, the summit is returning on May 27 at the Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel to address the latest challenges facing in-house counsel lawyers in the market today.