When: 4 September 2014 | 08:00 – 10:00
Where: Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra, Phnom Penh
Price: $25 USD
The emerging markets of the ASEAN region are important trade and investment markets for international companies and investors. Investors must consider the availability of efficient resolution mechanisms for commercial disputes when deciding whether to enter into transactions and deals in such jurisdictions.
This breakfast briefing on the 4th of September will examine commercial arbitration in the region as a means of enforcing contracts and resolving commercial disputes and providing a measure of protection and risk management for investors.
Alex Larkin, Senior Adviser at DFDL, and Alastair Henderson, head of international arbitration in Southeast Asia for Herbert Smith Freehills, based in Singapore, will discuss these important topics, to include pros and cons of commercial arbitration, the arbitration process, enforcing arbitration awards in emerging markets, and selecting a foreign jurisdiction as the seat of arbitration. Both of them have deep long-term experience and understanding of disputes across the region.
For event information and to register, please click here or call +855 78 222 701