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2019 Bali Arbitration Summit

The 2019 Bali Arbitration Summit equates to five days packed with intriguing speeches and discussions, private social gatherings in the mornings and evenings on select days, coordinated leisure activities for family and friends, and much more. Please click here for the FULL CALENDAR PROGRAM.

 Day#1 — Monday, November 18th, 2019

 The Sakala Resort Bali

BALI ARBITRATION SUMMIT 2019

Keynote Speakers

Dr. iur. Damos Dumoli Agusman, SH., MA.

Director General of Law and International Treaties

Cahyo Rahadian Muzhar, SH., LLM.

Director General of Legal Administrative Affairs, Ministry of Law and Human Rights of Republic of Indonesia

Dr. Ir. Tjok Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati, M.Si.

Vice Governor of Bali

Reza P. Topobroto

Supervisory Board of Indonesian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA)

Prof. I.B.R. Supancana

Founder/Chair of Advisory Board of BIAMC

Rosan Roeslani

Chairman of KADIN

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AGENDA

09.00am ‐ 09.10am

Bali Arbitration Summit Welcoming Message. Read More

Prof. Steve Ngo ‐ Honorary Advisor of BIAMC, Singapore Moderator
Steve Ngo is an Independent Arbitrator, academic and arbitration specialist. He is the Chair for Practice Group of Asean Legal Alliance, Focusing on China, India and Indonesia,the three key growth economies of Asia and South East Asia, he has advised public and private entities not only on post-dispute matters but negotiation, mediation and dispute management. Steve has extensive experience dealing with parties from all over the world, bringing strong cross-cultural proficiency to international dispute resolution processes and strategizing. He has been consulted on potential investor-state arbitrations, evaluating cases against and for the state party. Steve has given talks and lectures extensively in the region to both students and practitioners, including keynote speech at the Malaysian Bar Council, Taipei Bar Association, Singapore Law Society, Guangxi Lawyers' Association, Permanent Court of Arbitration Den Haag, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources Indonesia and Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board.
Steve has been appointed to various positions at various universities, including Honorary Professor of Law, National Law University, Delhi; Visiting Professor, National Law University Odisha, International Visiting Professor, KIIT School of Law; Visiting Professor, Universitas Padjajaran, Bandung, Indonesia; Visiting Professor, Atma Jaya Catholic University, Jakarta; Part-time Professor at Shi Liang School of Law, Changzhou University, Part-Time Professor of Law at Guangxi University for Nationalities, Adjunct Professor of Law at Guangxi University; Visiting Fellow, Tongji Intellectual Property & Competition Law Research Center, Tongji University, School of Law, Shanghai; and Visiting Scholar, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He was also previously Guest Professor at East China University of Politics & Law, Shanghai; He has written and published on subjects relating to arbitration and dispute resolution including books on Chinese and Indonesian perspectives. Among others, Steve is also an arbitrator at Qinzhou Arbitration Commission, Beihai Arbitration Commission, Luoyang Arbitration Commission, Thailand Arbitration Center, and Pacific International Arbitration Centre, Vietnam.
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09.10am ‐ 10.00am


Keynote Speeches


10.00am ‐ 10.20am


Break


10.20am ‐ 11.20am


Session 1:

  • Game Changer Technology or Much Ado About Nothing? Tradition vs. Technology in Dispute Resolution
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Prof. I.B.R. Supancana ‐ Founder/Chair of Advisory Board of BIAMC, Indonesia
Professor I.B.R. Supancana has been a pioneering legal practitioner in arbitration and ADR cases for more than 3 decades. In addition to being a certified mediator, arbitrator, and lecturer for International Dispute Settlement, he works in close cooperation as a mentor, adviser, and trainer with universities and private/public sector advocate capacity building programs that span the globe-most notably in Singapore, US, China, and Netherlands. In his home of Indonesia, he is an active arbitrator representing disputing parties in BANI and a senior trainer with PERADi (Indonesian Advocate Association) and PMN (National Mediation Center). He also has served as an expert witness and consultant for multiple cases involving cases air and outer space law, cyber law, and international business law. Read More

Jun Bautista ‐ Counsel of King & Spalding, Singapore
Jun Bautista is counsel in King & Spalding's Singapore office, and is a member of the International Arbitration practice group. He has represented clients across a number of industries in international arbitrations under various rules as well as ad hoc proceedings. He has been listed as an "Arbitration Future Leader" by Who's Who Legal and recognized in Chambers and Legal 500. Prior to joining King & Spalding, Jun was based in Hong Kong and worked in the international arbitration groups of two international law firms. He was also the founding director of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution in Singapore, an associate at a leading Philippine law firm, and a law clerk at the Philippine Supreme Court. In addition to representing clients, Jun has been teaching international arbitration since 2009. Read More

Husseyn Umar ‐ Chairman of BANI, Indonesia
M. Husseyn Umar, SH, FCBArb, FCIArb, is the Chairman of BANI Arbitration Center and also arbitrator at the institution and the current President of Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group (APRAG). He is a Fellow of BANI Arbitration Center and a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).
Besides acting as arbitrator in ad hoc and BANI arbitrations, he was also acting as arbitrator or counsel or expert in international arbitrations. He has also acted as expert in the court in various countries. He has attended either as attendee or speaker in various seminars/workshops on international arbitration in Indonesia and abroad.
Mr. Umar is listed as arbitrator in the Panel of Arbitrators/Conciliators at the International Center for Investment Disputes (ICSID), Washington D.C. and in the Panel of Arbitrators at the Asia-Pacific Regional Arbitration Group (APRAG) in Sydney. Mr. Umar is also Of Counsel in the Law Office Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro (ABNR) in Jakarta. Before practicing law, he was a government official at the Ministry of Transport and Communication in various positions. He had been appointed as an Attache for Transport Communication and Maritime Affairs at the Indonesian Embassy in the Hague (the Netherlands). He has also been appointed as Sectoral Adviser on Shipping, Ports, Multi-modal Transport and International Maritime Legislation at the Permanent Secretariat of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva. He has ever been appointed as President Director of Pelni National Shipping Company and PT PANN Ships Financing & Leasing Corporation. As an arbiter in national and international arbitration, he handles many disputes relating corporate problems, finance, transportation, communication, infrastructure, trade, mining etc. He have published a various books and articles on maritime law, arbitration, poetry and on some other topics. The books were written both in Bahasa Indonesia and in English.
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11.20am ‐ 11.45am


Break


11.45am ‐ 12.45pm


Session 2:

  • Legal Technology in Contracting & DR in the 21st Century
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Anil Changaroth ‐ MD & General Counsel of ChangAroth Chambers LLC &
InterNational Consultancy, Singapore
Anil Changaroth, a Mediator (Singapore Mediation Centre, Family Justice Court, Asia International Arbitration Centre [AIAC] and the International Dispute Resolution Risk Management Institute [IDRRMI]); an Adjudicator with AIAC; an Arbitrator (Fellows of the Chartered, Singapore and Philippines Institutes of Arbitrators and Asian Institute of ADR); and is trained in International Treaty Arbitration at the AIAC. He is an Advocate & Solicitor (1995) and Notary Public of Singapore (2014); holds a MSc in Construction Law & Arbitration (Kings College London & National University of Singapore 2006); LLB Hon, University of Buckingham, England, qualified as Barrister Middle Temple of England & Wales (1993); and admitted as Solicitor of England and Wales (2009); author of the book ‘Resolving Disputes, a Guide to the Options for Appropriate Dispute Resolution’ (April 2019 published by published by Marshall Cavendish International Asia), is MD & General Counsel of ChangAroth Chambers LLC & InterNational Consultancy ‐ Singapore. Read More

Reza P. Topobroto ‐ Supervisory Board of Indonesian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA), Indonesia
Reza P. Topobroto started his legal career as a practice lawyer in Soebagjo Roosdiono Jatim Djarot law firm in Jakarta in 1997. After moving to some other firms, he was promoted as Senior Associate in Roosdiono & Partners in 2001. In 2005, he shifted careers to corporate counsel by joining Procter & Gamble. In this FMCG company, he was given several responsibilities, i.e. Country Legal Lead for Indonesia, Counsel for ASEAN/India/ANZ Fem Care & Baby Care Marketing and Counsel for APAC Procurement. In 2008, Reza was appointed as the Head of Legal for Mondelez (p.k.a Kraft Foods) – in charge of the Indonesia market. Aside from Indonesia, he was also assigned as Counsel for Mondelez Asia Pacific Procurement.
Reza was elected as the third President of the Indonesian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA) in 2005, and ended his term in 2014. Today, he continues his contributions to the ICCA through his role on the Supervisory Board. In 2009, he co-founded the Asia Pacific Corporate Counsel Alliance (APCCA), a regional network of corporate counsels across the region. In 2012, he was appointed Secretary General of the APCCA. Today, the APCCA has members from in-house lawyer associations in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka and India.
In 2015, Reza was given the award of ‘Indonesia In-House Lawyer of the Year 2015’ and ‘In-House Legal Team of the Year 2016’ by Asia Legal Business. During his tenure in Procter & Gamble, his performance during the Gillette acquisition was recognized by the Culture Award, and in Microsoft his achievements in driving cloud deals with enterprise customers was acknowledged with the Execution of Excellence Award.
Reza obtained his law degree at Trisakti University, Jakarta in 1997, and his Master of Laws at Monash University, Melbourne in 2003. Reza was admitted by Peradi (Indonesia Bar Association – Perhimpunan Advokat Indonesia) to Practice Law in Indonesia in 2007. He is a regular speaker, trainer and facilitator for fellow in-house counsels in local and international conferences or training events.
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12.45pm ‐ 02.00pm


Lunch Break


02.00pm ‐ 03.00pm


Session 3:

  • International Arbitration as an Interdisciplinary Field: Dispute Resolution Beyond Purely the Law
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Rosan Roeslani ‐ Chairman of KADIN, Indonesia
Rosan Perkasa Roeslani has been Chairman of the Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, KADIN, since 2015. He has been President Director of Recapital Advisors since 1996, Advisor for the Indonesian Coal Mining Association since 2012, Commissioner of Visi Media Asia since 2011, member of the Board of Trustee at Lupita Amanda since 2008, Commissioner at ABDI BANGSA since 2008, Commissioner at Lativi Mediakarya (TV ONE) since 2008, Commissioner of Mitra Global Telekomunikasi since 2004 and Commissioner of Kemang Jaya Raya since 2003. From 2010 to 2015 he was Vice Chairman, Banking and Finance at the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. From 2010 to 2013 he was President Director of Berau Coal. From 2010 to 2012 he performed as Non-Executive Director at Bumi. From 2008 to 2016 he worked at the Indonesian Suppliers and Distributor Association (Treasury). From 2008 until 2010 he performed as Chairman of Permanent Committee on alternative capital at the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. From 2004 until 2013, he was Commissioner of Saratoga Investama Sedaya. Since 1989 he worked for several companies and institutions which gave him professional expertise in analyzing and developing investment and portfolio diversification, financial restructuring exercise, merger and acquisition process and analyzing foreign currency. He received the Leader Achieves in Development Award in 2000. Rosan Perkasa Roeslani graduated in 1994 with a MBA in International Business Management and in 1992 with MSc in Business Communication and Public Relations at the European University of Antwerpen (Belgium), after gaining a BSc in Management and Business from the Oklahoma State University (USA) in 1992. Read More

Aloysius Wee ‐ Managing Partner of Aquinas Law Alliance, Singapore
Aloysius is the managing partner of boutique law firm, AQUINAS LAW ALLIANCE LLP. He previously was the managing principal of Dacheng Wong Alliance LLP, Singapore's first China, Singapore joint venture law firm. He graduated from the University of Kent at Canterbury with a BA in Law & Economics and is a qualified barrister at law and admitted as an advocate and solicitor in Singapore in 1995. He is an arbitrator of the Thailand Arbitration Centre and Qinzhou Arbitration Commission, Guangxi. His areas of practice are Intellectual Property Law, Corporate Law, Cross Border Commercial Transactions and Real Estate Transactions. Aloysius has since 1997 advised on various development and investment projects for property developers, real estate players and hospitality companies in Singapore and the region.
He also advises on cross-border joint ventures and transactions and in the area of mergers and acquisitions of companies. Advising clients on entry strategies into China and investments in China is his current expertise given his network in China. He is actively involved in cross border corporate, real estate transactions and investments transactions, across China, India and the ASEAN region. In 2009 he was named as one of the "Asia's Hot 100 lawyers" by Asian Legal Business and in 2014, he was awarded a Property and Real Estate Lawyer of the Year by Finance Monthly.
Aloysius is one of the founders and the current chairperson of the ASEAN Legal Alliance, a network of 10 law firms in each of the 10 ASEAN countries coming together to offer a seamless delivery of legal service across a diverse cultural, geographical and legal backdrop.
He sits as a director in Tay Leck Teck Foundation and Verbum Dei Singapore Limited (a charity) and serves as a volunteer legal advisor to two other charities, the Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore) and the Realm of Tranquilty. Aloysius sits as an independent director on various companies listed in Singapore and overseas. He has extensive experience in board matters for such listed entities having sat in various boards and an in various capacities, including as independent director, non-independent director and Chairman of various committees.
Aloysius is also a sought after speaker in areas like "Doing Business in China" and "ASEAN Integration". He has presented various papers at international conferences in Singapore and overseas. Some of these include the Global Diaspora Summit 2009 in Singapore, the Global Diaspora Summit and Invest Shenyang Summit in 2010, China ASEAN Association Summit 2014 in Bangkok and recently the ASEAN Legal Alliance Legal Conference 2015 in Singapore. He is also a regular contributor of articles on the law and legal issues of China, India and ASEAN contributing to trade journals, professional newsletters and online publications.
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Ernest Azad ‐ Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya of Ernest Azad &
Associates (EA), Malaysia
Ernerst Azad is a Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. He is also a member of Society for Construction Law Malaysia. He contributed in writing the article "Arbitration in Malaysia"; A Practical Guide, Sweet & Maxwell 2016. He was involved in the domestic and international construction & commercial arbitration as an arbitrator, adjudicator & legal counsel, such as construction of joint ventures, arbitration of construction disputes, building construction dispute, involving housing projects, road projects, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Construction packages, airport renovation, reclamation works, sewerage treatment plant, water treatment plant and independent power project, International Arbitration involving Malaysian and Chinese Party and Malaysia and Thai and Malaysian and Japanese parties. Ernest was appointed to liaised with legal firms in Singapore, United Kingdom, Republic of India (on IPP) and People's Republic of China on cross-boarder claims and negotiations. He also has experienced in Maritime Arbitration & Litigation and Commercial Litigation. Read More

Wesley Pang ‐ Managing Counsel of HKIAC, Hong Kong
Wesley Pang is Managing Counsel of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. He was formerly a Senior Associate at Shearman & Sterling LLP where he worked in the firm's New York office, from 2008-2010, as a member of the Litigation Group, and as a member of the International Arbitration Group in Paris and London from 2010-2017. His practice focused on cross-border litigation and government regulatory investigations, as well as commercial and investor-State arbitrations, in which he advised and represented private and sovereign clients. He has served as a Co-Vice Chair of the International Investment & Development Committee of the ABA Section of International Law (2016-2017), and holds a JD from Columbia University School of Law, as well as an LLB and BSc from King's College London. He is admitted to practice law in New York. Read More


03.00pm ‐ 03.20pm


Break


03.20pm ‐ 04.20pm


Session 4:

  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? The Use of Technology in Dispute Resolution
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Derek Minus ‐ Australian Barrister At-Law of Mediation & Arbitration
Chambers, Australia
Derek Minus is an Australian barrister-at-law with a specialist practice as a dispute resolver. Called to the Bar in 1992, his prior career was in the information technology industry which fostered his interest in developing technology solutions to increase participation and reduce the costs of settling legal disputes. He was an early adopter of mediation and has conducted over 4,000 mediations and conciliations across all types of disputes. Most recently he held appointment from the Commonwealth Government of Australia, as the Mediation Adviser responsible for the resolution of industry based disputes in the franchising, horticulture and oil industries. Graded a Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb) he regularly conducts arbitrations for the Courts and the government of New South Wales. Internationally he is appointed a member of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association. Read More

Abhinav Bhushan ‐ Regional Director for South Asia of Director, ICC International
Court of Arbitration, South Asia
As Director, Abhinav focuses on helping companies, investors, and attorneys in the Region understand how they can efficiently resolve international commercial disputes by raising their awareness on the ICC's Dispute Resolution Services and its commitment to international arbitration, the procedure, and thought leadership. Prior to serving as Regional Director as the Court's first Indian Director, he was also the first Indian Deputy Counsel of the Court, where he gained first-hand experience working on arbitrations arising out of common law jurisdictions, in particular working with parties from the United Kingdom, India, Singapore and other regions of Asia. Mr. Bhushan is a regular contributor to various publications on developments in international arbitration and Indian arbitration law. He is also an avid promoter of arbitration-related training opportunities for lawyers, corporate counsels, judges and other important stakeholders. Additionally, Mr Bhushan is the co-chair of ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF), Asia Chapter. Further, as part of the ICC's initiative to develop arbitration in India and South Asia he advises and engages with the law firms, practitioners and users on the procedures and practices of international arbitration, especially ICC arbitration. Before joining the ICC, Mr. Bhushan completed his LLM at the Columbia Law School and earned a certificate in foreign and comparative law. He was also a member of the Columbia International Arbitration Association and a research assistant. He earned his first law degree from the Government Law College, Mumbai, India. Upon graduation, he worked as an associate with Mulla & Mulla & Craigie Blunt & Caroe, in Mumbai, India. Read More

Deborah Lockhart ‐ CEO of ADC, Australia
Deborah Lockhart is CEO of the Australian Disputes Centre. Before joining the not-for-profit sector in 2013, Deborah had over 25 years’ experience with a range of ASX 100 and Fortune 500 companies, as a senior executive, change manager and consultant dispute resolution specialist.
An early advocate for timely, cost-efficient and private dispute resolution, Deborah introduced the commercial benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to the financial services sector in the early 1990’s. Deborah was appointed Head of Dispute Resolution for ING Australia in 2003, where she established a greenfield in-house litigation team, with a strategic focus on the effective utilisation of ADR processes. The ING team quickly developed into one of Australia’s leading dispute resolution groups.
Deborah is an accredited mediator under Australia’s National Mediator Accreditation System. She completed Accreditation as a specialist Conflict Coach (2010), and as an Advanced Mediator with the Australian Disputes Centre (2009). Deborah’s specialist mediation training also includes the Indigenous Australian Mawul-Rom Cross-Cultural Program, LEADR Mediator Accreditation, LLM Coursework at the University of Technology Sydney, and the Harvard Law School’s Mediation Workshop. Deborah holds a LLB from the Victoria University of Wellington, and was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand (1988).
Deborah is a Faculty Member of the Australian Disputes Centre’s international training program, a member of the Steering Committee for the Australian ADR Industry Forum, and an Editorial Panel Member of the Lexis Nexis Australian ADR Bulletin.
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04.20pm ‐ 04.45pm


Break


04.45pm ‐ 05.45pm


Session 5:

  • From Justice by Ordeal to A.I. Judges? The Future of Dispute Resolution
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Michael Lee ‐ Head of AAA-ICDR, Singapore
As a head of ICDR/AAA's Asia office in Singapore, Mr. Lee is in charge of the Association's Asia region operation including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, and many more. Primarily, Mr. Lee oversees the entire operation of the Association's Asia office and leads the Association's efforts in cultivating ties and developing business opportunities. Mr. Lee is also in charge of many ICDR/AAA educational programs for the corporate counsel, the Association's international panel of neutrals, and practicing attorneys in Asia region. For the corporate counsel, Mr. Lee regularly speaks on educational programs such as conferences, seminars and workshops to share findings on different research projects on dispute management and business negotiation and to explain the Association's comprehensive rules and process. For the Association's panel of neutrals, Mr. Lee is on the Association's annual internal review board as a part of continuing effort to maintain the highest qualified panel of neutrals. Mr. Lee is also charged with the ICDR/AAA International Symposium for arbitrators in Asia region to train additional panel members and to constantly update existing arbitrators with any new development. Mr. Lee also speaks regularly on the Associationís rules and administrative process to practicing attorneys to provide them with necessary tools and knowledge of the ICDR/AAA process. Through his experience as an international case manager at ICDR/AAA New York office, Mr. Lee hopes to benefit Asia legal community with his first-hand experience and knowledge of its Rules and procedures. Mr. Lee is a NY attorney with LL.M. degree in International Commercial Arbitration from Stockholm University Law School in Sweden and J.D. degree from St. Thomas University Law School in Florida. Mr. Lee has been serving as a Chair of Legal Committee for AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce) Singapore since 2009. Read More

Professor Zhao Yun ‐ Founder/Advisor of BIAMC, Hong Kong
Prof. ZHAO Yun is Henry Cheng Professor in International Law and Head of Department of Law at the University of Hong Kong; PhD (Erasmus University Rotterdam); LLM (Leiden University); LLM & LLB (China University of Political Science and Law). He was Director of the Centre for Chinese Law (2013-2017). He is currently Standing Council Member of the Chinese Society of International Law. He is listed as arbitrator in several international arbitration commissions, including Hong Kong International Arbitration centre, Kuala Lumpur Regional Arbitration Centre, Arbitration Commissions in Zhuhai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Tianjin and Nanjing. Read More

James Morrison ‐ Counsel and Acting Secretary General of ACICA, Australia
Jim Morrison is Counsel and Acting Secretary General at the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration where he is responsible for the administration of cases conducted under the ACICA Arbitration Rules and ACICA Mediation Rules. Jim also acts as arbitrator and counsel in international arbitrations under various laws and institutional and ad hoc arbitration rules. He has worked at leading law firms in Australia and Korea, representing some of the world's largest companies in complex high-stakes disputes covering a broad range of subject matters, but with a focus on infrastructure, construction, energy and resources. Jim was also formerly Counsel at the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris where he managed a team of lawyers responsible for the conduct of hundreds of international arbitrations taking place all over the world. He holds a Master's Degree in International Commercial Arbitration Law from the University of Stockholm. Read More

Amar Gupta ‐ Partner of ICC India & JSA Law Firm, India
Amar is an expert litigator and has extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration. He advises and represents large multinational companies and has conducted high profile litigations before the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, National Company Law Tribunals, and other Tribunals. He also regularly argues at these Courts and Tribunals. Several of the legal proceedings Amar has acted in, have resulted in landmark judgments reported in reputed journals. Amar is often invited as an expert in his areas of practice in seminars and conferences.
He also has extensive experience in both domestic and international arbitration. He is a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, the Executive Committee of ICC India, and Indian Council of Arbitration. Amar is also focusing on recently introduced Insolvency Law. He has represented and advised Financial Creditors, Operational Creditors as well as Resolution Professionals.
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05.45pm ‐ 06.00pm


Closing Remarks

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07.30pm ‐ 10.00pm

Gala Dinner

 

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Mary BL Thomson ‐ Pacific Chamber, Hong Kong Presiding Judge (Arbitration)
Mary started her career in London. After qualifying as a barrister, she worked in the insurance and transport industry before returning to private practice and requalifying as a solicitor. She practised in solicitors' firms in London and Hong Kong for 25 years and has conducted litigation in the High Courts of England and Hong Kong including to the highest appeal courts. She has worked extensively with the banking, insurance, transport, energy, commodities, construction, IT and manufacturing sectors. In 2013, Mary joined the Hong Kong Bar and rejoined the English Bar to focus on her growing arbitrator practice. Mary has been involved in commercial arbitration since her early years in London, conducting ad hoc as well as institution administered arbitrations including LMAA, ICC, Uncitral, HKIAC, SIAC, SCMA, SCMA and CIETAC Rules. She has been appointed arbitrator since 1996, including pursuant to "commercial men" clauses. She is on the panel of arbitrators of CIARB, LCIA, SIAC, DIAC, HKIAC, CIETAC, KCAB, KLRCA, CAA, HKMAG, APRAG and SCMA. She regularly sits in arbitrations in London, Hong Kong and Singapore on a wide area of commercial disputes including financial, joint ventures, shareholder agreements, energy, re/insurance, transport etc. Mary regularly judges at Vis East international arbitration moots including at the Finals in 2015. Mary has mediated large international commercial disputes in London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. Legal 500 Asia Pacific: The English Bar 2018 "A model arbitrator: properly prepared, courteous, clear-headed and balanced" and "Energetic, intelligent, knowledgeable and always willing to pitch in." Tier 2. Legal 500 Asia Pacific: The English Bar 2017 "An arbitrator with experience in London and Hong Kong." Tier. Read More

Prof. I.B.R. Supancana ‐ Founder/Chair of Advisory Board of BIAMC, Indonesia
Professor I.B.R. Supancana has been a pioneering legal practitioner in arbitration and ADR cases for more than 3 decades. In addition to being a certified mediator, arbitrator, and lecturer for International Dispute Settlement, he works in close cooperation as a mentor, adviser, and trainer with universities and private/public sector advocate capacity building programs that span the globe-most notably in Singapore, US, China, and Netherlands. In his home of Indonesia, he is an active arbitrator representing disputing parties in BANI and a senior trainer with PERADi (Indonesian Advocate Association) and PMN (National Mediation Center). He also has served as an expert witness and consultant for multiple cases involving cases air and outer space law, cyber law, and international business law. Read More

Prof. Peter Malanczuk ‐ Founder/Advisor of BIAMC, Hong Kong
Prof. Dr. Peter Malanczuk (Germany) is currently Adjunct Professor of Law, Hong Kong University, and member of the Academic Advisory Council of the University of Heidelberg. He also serves as member of the China People's Supreme Court International Commercial Experts Committee; the Council of the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA); and the arbitrator panels of HKIAC, CIETAC, BAC, GZAC, CAA Taipei, AIAC, SCIA, KCAB, and Bali IAMC (founding board member). Former positions include: C.V. Starr Professor of Law, Peking University School of Transnational Law; Dean, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong; legal assistant to the President of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, The Hague; legal counsel of Iraq before the U.N. Compensation Commission in Geneva (1990 Gulf War); and special legal counsel of Ethiopia (1998 war with Eritrea). Read More

Derek M. Minus ‐ Australian Barrister At-Law of Mediation and Arbitration
Chambers, Australia
Derek Minus is an Australian barrister-at-law with a specialist practice as a dispute resolver. Called to the Bar in 1992, his prior career was in the information technology industry which fostered his interest in developing technology solutions to increase participation and reduce the costs of settling legal disputes. He was an early adopter of mediation and has conducted over 4,000 mediations and conciliations across all types of disputes. Most recently he held appointment from the Commonwealth Government of Australia, as the Mediation Adviser responsible for the resolution of industry based disputes in the franchising, horticulture and oil industries. Graded a Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb) he regularly conducts arbitrations for the Courts and the government of New South Wales. Internationally he is appointed a member of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association. Read More

Amar Gupta ‐ Partner of ICC India & JSA Law Firm, India
Amar is an expert litigator and has extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration. He advises and represents large multinational companies and has conducted high profile litigations before the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, National Company Law Tribunals, and other Tribunals. He also regularly argues at these Courts and Tribunals. Several of the legal proceedings Amar has acted in, have resulted in landmark judgments reported in reputed journals. Amar is often invited as an expert in his areas of practice in seminars and conferences. He also has extensive experience in both domestic and international arbitration. He is a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR, the Executive Committee of ICC India, and Indian Council of Arbitration. Amar is also focusing on recently introduced Insolvency Law. He has represented and advised Financial Creditors, Operational Creditors as well as Resolution Professionals. Read More

Prof. Ting-kwok Iu, MH ‐ Hong Kong
Professor IU Ting-kwok, MH ("TK") is a mediator (general and family) and a family mediation supervisor accredited by Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited. Internationally, he is a panel mediator of the Singapore International Mediation Centre as well as the Japan International Mediation Center (JIMC–Kyoto). He has mediated more than 550 disputes. Between 2013 and 2017, he assisted the Department of Justice on the enactment of the Apology Ordinance, which came into operation on 1 December 2017. TK is a member of the Steering Committee on Mediation chaired by the Secretary for Justice and the chairman of the Special Committee on Evaluation Mediation. Academically, he is an Adjunct Professor of the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong and an Adjunct Professor of the Department of Law and Business of Hong Kong Shue Yan University. TK maintains his legal practice as a solicitor with Kwok, Ng & Chan, Solicitors & Notaries. Read More

Prof. Joel Lee Tye Beng ‐ SIMI, Singapore
Joel Lee is a Professor at the Faculty of Law, the National University of Singapore. Joel co-pioneered the teaching of Negotiation and Mediation in the Singapore Universities and has played a significant role in furthering the development of mediation in Singapore. A graduate of Victoria University of Wellington and Harvard Law Schools, Joel is an associate partner with CMPartners (USA) and a principal mediator with and the Training Director of the Singapore Mediation Centre.Joel was a key member of the Ministry of Law's Working Group on International Commercial Mediation. Joel is presently the founding Chair of the Board of the Singapore International Mediation Institute. Joel has taught overseas and is the co-editor and co-author of the book "An Asian Perspective on Mediation" and the General Editor for the Asian Journal on Mediation. In 2011, Joel was awarded the Outstanding Educator Award which is the National University of Singapore's highest teaching award. Read More

Prof. Nadja Alexander ‐ SIDRA, Singapore Presiding Judge (Mediation)
Professor Nadja Alexander is a pioneer the field of international mediation and author of authoritative texts including Global Trends in Mediation, the award-winning International and Comparative Mediation, and Singapore Convention on Mediation: A Commentary. Described as a practical thinker and thinking practitioner, Nadja has been consistently recognized as a global thought leader by International Who's Who Legal. She has been engaged in dispute resolution settings in more than 30 countries and sits on international mediation panels in Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and Australia. Her work has been published in English, German, Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.
Nadja has been long-engaged as a policy adviser, trainer and conflict intervener in diverse legal, corporate and development settings. She has advised on mediation policy for international bodies, such as the World Bank Group, and national governments in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa. In 2018 she joined the Singaporean delegation to UNCITRAL WG II on the enforceability of international mediated settlement agreements. Nadja is a past Vice Chair of the Mediation Committee of the International Bar Association; she is a Director on the Board of the Singapore International Mediation Institute, member of the Board of Advisors of the Vienna International Arbitration Centre and the Chair of the International Advisory Board of the Commercial Dispute Resolution Competition also in Vienna. Nadja is currently Professor of Law and Director of the Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy (SIDRA) at the Singapore Management University.
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Prof. Nohyoung Park ‐ Korea University School of Law, Korea
Nohyoung Park is a professor of law at Korea University Law School since 1990. His original specialty is international economic law focusing on the WTO, but he has been studying cybersecurity and data privacy, and negotiation and mediation. He is currently director of Cyber Law Centre at Korea University, president of the International Cyber Law Studies in Korea, and president of the Korean Society of Mediation Studies. He has advised governments and businesses on various international legal matters, including by participating in the negotiation of the Korean first free trade agreement (Korea-Chile FTA) and by recently attending the meetings of 4th and 5th UNGGEs in information security between 2014 and 2017. He has pursued international research cooperation with various academic institutions in China, the EU, Japan, Russia and the US over cybersecurity, data privacy, digital trade, mediation, the Belt & Road, and the Nagoya Protocol. As president of the Korean Society of Mediation Studies, he led the publication of the Asia Pacific Mediation Journal, whose first issue was published in March 2019. He has also organized the Asia Pacific Mediation Conferences since 2017. His society and the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board has been organizing the education programs for mediators for the past 7 years.
He graduated from College of Law, Korea University (LL.B., 1981), Graduate School, Korea University (LL.M., 1983), Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1985), and University of Cambridge (Ph.D. in International Law, 1990). He was awarded the honorary doctoral degree in law by the Far Eastern Federal University in Vladivostok, Russia in October 2018.
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Chaitanya Arora ‐ FTI Consulting, Singapore
Chaitanya Arora is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting in Singapore. His career spans over 19 years and several geographies during which he has worked as an auditor, a M&A advisor, a specialist in transaction services and an expert witness in disputes for the assessment of damages, valuation of businesses and lost profits. He has worked and lived in the US, India, Europe and Singapore. Chaitanya currently focuses on assessment of damages, financial, accounting and contentious valuation issues. He has advised several corporations and funds on their investments, mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures and has broad advisory experience across the deal continuum. He has been appointed as an independent financial expert in several disputes and has testified on several occasions. Chaitanya is listed in several Who's Who Legal lists including Arbitration 2019: Expert Witnesses and Consulting Experts guide on 'Quantum of Damages' as a future leader. Read More

Dato' Mah Weng Kwai ‐ MahWengKwai & Associates, Malaysia
Dato' Mah Weng Kwai was called to the English Bar as a Barrister-at-Law in 1971 and to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in July 1972. From 1973 to 1985, Dato' Mah served in the Judicial and Legal Services of Malaysia as a Magistrate, Sessions Court Judge, Senior Assistant Registrar, Deputy Public Prosecutor, Senior Federal Counsel and Senior Assistant Parliamentary Draftsman. Dato' Mah obtained his Master of Laws degree with Honours in 1985 from the University of Sydney, Australia and in 1999 was appointed a Fellow of the Senate of the University of Sydney. Dato' Mah was elected President of the Malaysian Bar from 2001 to 2003 and President of LAWASIA from 2006 to 2008. On 4.1.2010 Dato' Mah was appointed a Judicial Commissioner of the High Court of Malaya and on 10.8.2011 a Judge of the High Court of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. He was elevated to the Court of Appeal, Malaysia on 21.9.2012.
Dato' Mah returned to MahWengKwai & Associates as a Consultant upon his retirement from the Judiciary in February 2015. Dato' Mah is a Member of the Advisory Panel of the Faculty of Syariah and Law of the Islamic Science University of Malaysia (USIM) and an Adjunct Professor (Law and Government) at HELP University. Dato' Mah is a Director on the Board of Directors of Assunta Hospital and a Legal Consultant to St. Johns Ambulance Malaysia. He is on the Asian International Arbitration Centre's (formerly the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration) panel of arbitrators and is certified as a mediator by the Malaysian Mediation Centre.
Dato' Mah currently serves as a Commissioner on the Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) and the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC). Dato' Mah also served as a Commissioner in the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) from April 2016 to April 2019. He was appointed a Member of the Institutional Reforms Committee (IRC) established by the Council of Eminent Persons (CEP), after the 14th General Elections of Malaysia in May 2018, to make recommendations for institutional reforms to the CEP and to the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Dato' Mah has sat as an arbitrator in numerous cases at AIAC, hearing both AIAC and ad hoc appointed cases, as well as by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre. The subject matter of the cases dealt with include inter alia, building and construction cases, sale and purchase of shares, telecommunication contracts, marine dredging and others.
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Dzhung Manh Nguyen ‐ ADR Vietnam Chambers LLC, Vietnam
Mr. Nguyen Manh Dzung is founding member of ADR Vietnam Chambers LLC. He was member of the Drafting Committees of both the Civil Procedure Code of Vietnam on the recognition of mediated settlement agreements and the Governmental Decree 22/2017/ND-CP dated 24th February 2017 on commercial mediation in Vietnam. Since 1994, Mr. Nguyen has advised international clients in settling disputes outside of court and in court in Vietnam. He is a deputy director of Vietnam Mediation Center (VMC) and closely work with international donors to build up the legal framework and train human resources in both commercial mediation, court annexed mediation and investment mediation in Vietnam. He is listed as Mediator of Vietnam Mediation Center (VMC) of Vietnam, Mainland-Hong Kong Joint Mediation Center (MHJMC) of Hong Kong, China and Japan International Mediation Center (JIMC) in Kyoto, Japan. Read More

 Day#2 — Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

TRIMERGE EVENT

TIME

AGENDA

08.00pm ‐ 09.30am

Breakfast

Exclusive private venue by invitation only

10.15am ‐ 12.00pm

Online Dispute Resolution

ODR Debate

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Anil Changaroth ‐ MD & General Counsel of ChangAroth Chambers LLC &
InterNational Consultancy, Singapore
Anil Changaroth, a Mediator (Singapore Mediation Centre, Family Justice Court, Asia International Arbitration Centre [AIAC] and the International Dispute Resolution Risk Management Institute [IDRRMI]); an Adjudicator with AIAC; an Arbitrator (Fellows of the Chartered, Singapore and Philippines Institutes of Arbitrators and Asian Institute of ADR); and is trained in International Treaty Arbitration at the AIAC. He is an Advocate & Solicitor (1995) and Notary Public of Singapore (2014); holds a MSc in Construction Law & Arbitration (Kings College London & National University of Singapore 2006); LLB Hon, University of Buckingham, England, qualified as Barrister Middle Temple of England & Wales (1993); and admitted as Solicitor of England and Wales (2009); author of the book ‘Resolving Disputes, a Guide to the Options for Appropriate Dispute Resolution’ (April 2019 published by published by Marshall Cavendish International Asia), is MD & General Counsel of ChangAroth Chambers LLC & InterNational Consultancy ‐ Singapore. Read More

Professor Zhao Yun ‐ Founder/Advisor of BIAMC, Hong Kong
Prof. ZHAO Yun is Henry Cheng Professor in International Law and Head of Department of Law at the University of Hong Kong; PhD (Erasmus University Rotterdam); LLM (Leiden University); LLM & LLB (China University of Political Science and Law). He was Director of the Centre for Chinese Law (2013-2017). He is currently Standing Council Member of the Chinese Society of International Law. He is listed as arbitrator in several international arbitration commissions, including Hong Kong International Arbitration centre, Kuala Lumpur Regional Arbitration Centre, Arbitration Commissions in Zhuhai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Qingdao, Tianjin and Nanjing. Read More

12.00pm ‐ 01.30pm

Lunch

01.30pm ‐ 03.00pm

Arbitration's Role in Fintech

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Andrew White ‐ Kim & Chang




03.00pm ‐ 03.30pm

Coffee Break

03.30pm ‐ 05.00pm

Tech-Efficiency in Law Firms: #It's Now or Never

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Michael Lee ‐ AAA-ICDR, Singapore
As a head of ICDR/AAA's Asia office in Singapore, Mr. Lee is in charge of the Association's Asia region operation including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, and many more. Primarily, Mr. Lee oversees the entire operation of the Association's Asia office and leads the Association's efforts in cultivating ties and developing business opportunities. Mr. Lee is also in charge of many ICDR/AAA educational programs for the corporate counsel, the Association's international panel of neutrals, and practicing attorneys in Asia region. For the corporate counsel, Mr. Lee regularly speaks on educational programs such as conferences, seminars and workshops to share findings on different research projects on dispute management and business negotiation and to explain the Association's comprehensive rules and process. For the Association's panel of neutrals, Mr. Lee is on the Association's annual internal review board as a part of continuing effort to maintain the highest qualified panel of neutrals. Mr. Lee is also charged with the ICDR/AAA International Symposium for arbitrators in Asia region to train additional panel members and to constantly update existing arbitrators with any new development. Mr. Lee also speaks regularly on the Associationís rules and administrative process to practicing attorneys to provide them with necessary tools and knowledge of the ICDR/AAA process. Through his experience as an international case manager at ICDR/AAA New York office, Mr. Lee hopes to benefit Asia legal community with his first-hand experience and knowledge of its Rules and procedures. Mr. Lee is a NY attorney with LL.M. degree in International Commercial Arbitration from Stockholm University Law School in Sweden and J.D. degree from St. Thomas University Law School in Florida. Mr. Lee has been serving as a Chair of Legal Committee for AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce) Singapore since 2009. Read More

Derek M. Minus ‐ Australian Barrister At-Law of Mediation and Arbitration
Chambers, Australia
Derek Minus is an Australian barrister-at-law with a specialist practice as a dispute resolver. Called to the Bar in 1992, his prior career was in the information technology industry which fostered his interest in developing technology solutions to increase participation and reduce the costs of settling legal disputes. He was an early adopter of mediation and has conducted over 4,000 mediations and conciliations across all types of disputes. Most recently he held appointment from the Commonwealth Government of Australia, as the Mediation Adviser responsible for the resolution of industry based disputes in the franchising, horticulture and oil industries. Graded a Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb) he regularly conducts arbitrations for the Courts and the government of New South Wales. Internationally he is appointed a member of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association. Read More

07.00pm ‐ 09.00pm

Dinner

Exclusive private venue by invitation only

 Day#3 — Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

TRIMERGE EVENT

TIME

AGENDA

08.00pm ‐ 09.30am

Breakfast

Exclusive private venue by invitation only

10.15am ‐ 12.00pm

Artificial Intelligence (AI): Is Winter Coming for Lawyers?

AI Debate

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Prof. Steve Ngo ‐ Honorary Advisor of BIAMC, Singapore Moderator
Steve Ngo is an Independent Arbitrator, academic and arbitration specialist. He is the Chair for Practice Group of Asean Legal Alliance, Focusing on China, India and Indonesia,the three key growth economies of Asia and South East Asia, he has advised public and private entities not only on post-dispute matters but negotiation, mediation and dispute management. Steve has extensive experience dealing with parties from all over the world, bringing strong cross-cultural proficiency to international dispute resolution processes and strategizing. He has been consulted on potential investor-state arbitrations, evaluating cases against and for the state party. Steve has given talks and lectures extensively in the region to both students and practitioners, including keynote speech at the Malaysian Bar Council, Taipei Bar Association, Singapore Law Society, Guangxi Lawyers' Association, Permanent Court of Arbitration Den Haag, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources Indonesia and Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board.
Steve has been appointed to various positions at various universities, including Honorary Professor of Law, National Law University, Delhi; Visiting Professor, National Law University Odisha, International Visiting Professor, KIIT School of Law; Visiting Professor, Universitas Padjajaran, Bandung, Indonesia; Visiting Professor, Atma Jaya Catholic University, Jakarta; Part-time Professor at Shi Liang School of Law, Changzhou University, Part-Time Professor of Law at Guangxi University for Nationalities, Adjunct Professor of Law at Guangxi University; Visiting Fellow, Tongji Intellectual Property & Competition Law Research Center, Tongji University, School of Law, Shanghai; and Visiting Scholar, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He was also previously Guest Professor at East China University of Politics & Law, Shanghai; He has written and published on subjects relating to arbitration and dispute resolution including books on Chinese and Indonesian perspectives. Among others, Steve is also an arbitrator at Qinzhou Arbitration Commission, Beihai Arbitration Commission, Luoyang Arbitration Commission, Thailand Arbitration Center, and Pacific International Arbitration Centre, Vietnam.
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Wilfred Ho ‐ Skadden, Hong Kong
Wilfred Ho represents Asian corporates and private equity funds in arbitral proceedings under various rules and institutions, and has extensive experience in disputes arising out of complex commercial transactions and intellectual property issues. Mr. Ho’s commercial litigation experience involves representing Asian clients in all manner of company law matters, particularly involving shareholder disputes and insolvency-related actions.
Mr. Ho has been described in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018 guide as “a promising associate who is sharp beyond his years.” He is a fluent Mandarin speaker.
Currently based in Skadden’s Hong Kong office, Mr. Ho also worked in Skadden’s London office. Prior to joining Skadden, Mr. Ho worked as a research associate in the Federal Court of Australia.
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Isabel Yishu Yang ‐ ArbiLex, US
Isabel Yang is the Founder and CEO of ArbiLex, a software platform startup that brings AI and predictive analytics to International Arbitration. Isabel first tested the concept of ArbiLex in the Harvard Innovation Labs before forming her team earlier this year. Since then, the company has attracted world-class engineers, AI and machine learning scientists, and designers from organizations including Google, MIT, Harvard University, and IDEO. ArbiLex's first product, the Arbitrator Analytics Platform, was launched this summer after successful tests by leading global law firms and litigation funds seeking a competitive edge in multi-billion-dollar cases around the world. Isabel holds an MSc. in Economics for Development from Oxford University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. Read More

12.00pm ‐ 01.30pm

Lunch

01.30pm ‐ 03.00pm

Cryptocurrency & Arbitration

03.00pm ‐ 03.30pm

Coffee Break

03.30pm ‐ 05.00pm

Data Protection in Arbitration

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Olga Boltenko ‐ Fangda Partners, Hongkong
Olga is a disputes partner at Fangda Partners in Hong Kong. She specialises in investment arbitration, investment structuring, and investment protection. She acted as legal counsel in investor-state disputes under the auspices of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the World Bank, the ICC, and as tribunal secretary in dozens of commercial disputes. She is listed as arbitrator on the HKIAC list of arbitrators, and on the SIAC, KLRCA and CIETAC panels of arbitrators. She is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Hong Kong, and she chairs the ICC Hong Kong Commercial Law and Practice Committee.Oommen has acted as lead counsel in dispute work and in particular international arbitrations (both in Europe and Asia) for the last 20 years. He has been lauded for his incisive advocacy and client management skills. He has acted in a wide spectrum of disputes ranging from transport, media, energy (both oil and gas and renewables), infrastructure and corporate shareholding. He sits on the Strata Titles Board in Singapore, appointed by the Minister for National Development. He also teaches as an adjunct lecturer in the Sorbonne- Assas University LL.M. programme and has co-authored the leading book on arbitration practice in Singapore, Arbitration in Singapore, and another book on court rules. Read More

Prof. Abu Bakar Munir ‐ BIAMC




07.00pm ‐ 09.00pm

Dinner

Exclusive private venue by invitation only

 Day#4 — Thursday, November 21st, 2019

Investment in Indonesia Roundtable: Awakening the Sleeping Giant

Considering President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s 2045 Vision of Indonesia, which foresees that Indonesia will have become the world’s fourth or fifth-largest economy by 2045, it is clear Indonesia will require significant investment from other countries. With only USD 28 billion FDI in 2018, Indonesia is far from having reached its investment potential. Numerous opportunities await!


Several companies have already exploited investment opportunities within Indonesia’s over 16,000 islands. In the last years, predominant participation has come from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore (in alphabetical order) within several key industries including banking, construction, energy, food, manufacturing, and mining industries.


Day 4 of Bali Arbitration Week puts all the key players together, providing comprehensive and realistic perspectives into the Indonesian investment climate.

  • Meet executives and GCs of large corporations as well as key people from chambers of commerce from both the countries and industries most active.

  • Absorb valuable insights into investing in and doing business with Indonesia.

  • Learn from these company representatives and lawyers about what it takes to come out on top, how to avoid getting tangled into arguments, and, when there is no other solution, how to resolve disputes.

TIME

AGENDA

10.15am ‐ 12.00pm

Multi-Chamber Panel

12.00pm ‐ 01.30pm

Lunch

01.30pm ‐ 03.00pm

Sector Breakout*

Section 1

  • Sectors include Mining, Construction, Banking, Food, Energy, & Manufacturing

03.00pm ‐ 03.30pm

Lunch

03.30pm ‐ 05.00pm

Sector Breakout*

Section 2

  • Sectors include Mining, Construction, Banking, Food, Energy, & Manufacturing

07.00pm ‐ 09.00pm

Dinner

Exclusive private venue by invitation only

 Day#5 — Friday, November 22nd, 2019

Young Arbitrator Forum Bali

TIME

AGENDA

09.00am ‐ 05.00pm

2019 Young Arbitrator Forum

  • Harnessing the Power of Fresh Innovation

06.00pm ‐ 08.00pm

Beach Reception

  • Top 10 Young Arbitrators Awards Ceremony