Dispute Resolution in South East Asia: what works and what doesn't

Dispute resolution is time-consuming, expensive and absorbs valuable management resources. A sophisticated dispute resolution strategy is required – and that strategy needs to take into account complex variables like the rule of law in relevant jurisdictions, the enforceability of judgments and awards and political change and instability.

Traditional dispute resolution "tools", such as courts and arbitration, are available, as are new processes – such as the SICC and the SIMC, which will be discussed during the session.  Many jurisdictions also have effective restructuring and insolvency regimes.

Which will work for you?

Maurice Burke
Shaun Langhorne
Jonathan Leach
Paul Teo

8.15am – Registration and breakfast
8.30am to 10.00am – Roundtable discussion

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