[WEBINAR] Fundamentals of Arbitration for Transactional Lawyers Part 2 of 2: Key considerations in drafting arbitration clauses Banner Image

[WEBINAR] Fundamentals of Arbitration for Transactional Lawyers Part 2 of 2: Key considerations in drafting arbitration clauses

Thursday, Oct 1, 2020, 12:30 pm - 01:45 pm

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No. of Public CPD Points: 1.0
Practice Area: Alternative Dispute Resolution
Training Level: General

 

About the Programme

In the second of two lunchtime webinars aimed at familiarising transactional lawyers with the fundamentals of arbitration, our speakers will discuss various considerations that, despite their importance, tend to be overlooked or misunderstood when drafting arbitration clauses. These may have a significant impact on the enforceability and effectiveness of an arbitration clause. The issues that will be covered include:

  • the concept of arbitrability (i.e. what type of disputes may or may not be submitted to arbitration) and its impact on the scope and enforceability of an arbitration clause;
  • multi-tier dispute resolution clauses, which may impose pre-conditions to arbitration (e.g. good faith negotiation requirements and Arb-Med-Arb clauses); and
  • planning for multi-party and multi-contract arbitral proceedings.

This session will be a discussion amongst Ms Foo Yuet Min, Ms Tan Ai Leen and Mr Avinash Pradhan, moderated by Ms Farrah Isaac.

This webinar is beneficial for practitioners who wish to understand the rationale for certain wording and ensure that the arbitration provisions they craft are suitable for their clients' needs.

Speakers

  • Farrah Isaac – Member, Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, The Law Society of Singapore; Senior Associate, Harry Elias Partnership LLP
  • Foo Yuet Min – Director, Drew & Napier LLC
  • Tan Ai Leen – Assistant General Counsel, Asia/Pacific (ex. China) of Labour and Employment and Litigation, TE Connectivity
  • Avinash Pradhan – Partner, Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP

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