The Law Society of England and Wales, in partnership with the Great Britain-China Centre and Renmin University, will host a seminar at the Centre for Common Law to promote the value and principles of the English legal system.
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 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.
This event provides an open forum for the sharing of experience/practices amongst experienced arbitrators and counsel (both external and in-house) in relation to International Arbitration and economic sanctions. Representative of the public sector will attend as well which will make this event unique. There shall be no publication of the conference proceedings and Chatham House Rules will apply.
Over the course of 21st century, the Internet continues to expand into daily lives of millions people. The threshold legal question of Internet litigation is being brought out by the investors. We will explain the development and the nature of Intellectual property protection, particularly in China, and analyzes the solution.
The presentation will address some of the practical issues in choosing between English law and New York law – told from the perspective of a lawyer/advocate who has practiced in both systems – as well as some other frequently-used candidates for governing law.
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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.
The panelists from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will provide an overview of the key trends and areas for foreign trade and investment in Latin America, discuss practical ways to protect foreign investments and trade arrangements, highlight common obstacles for foreign parties, and address how best to manage risk and avoid disputes.