Event Date/Time Short Event Description
 SIAC Events
SIAC Beijing Conference Date: 03 November, 2015
Start: 09:00
End: 16:45
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YSIAC Beijing Advocacy Roadshow Date: 04 November, 2015
Start: 09:30
End: 12:30
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YSIAC Seoul Advocacy Roadshow Date: 10 November, 2015
Start: 11:00
End: 13:20
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YSIAC Tokyo Advocacy Roadshow Date: 12 November, 2015
Start: 09:00
End: 11:30
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SIAC Tokyo Conference Date: 12 November, 2015
Start: 12:00
End: 18:00
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YSIAC Networking Drinks Date: 26 November, 2015
Start: 18:30
End: 11:59
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SIAC Congress 2016 Date: 27 May, 2016
Start: 08:30
End: 18:00
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 SIAC Supported Events
Seoul ADR Festival Start: 02 November, 2015 09:30
End: 06 November, 2015 21:00
Seoul ADR Festival
2-6 November 2015
Seoul, Korea Read More
CIL Investment Law & Practice Conferences Start: 18 November, 2015 08:45
End: 19 November, 2015 16:30
CIL Investment Law & Practice Conferences
18 - 19 November 2015
Imperial Ballroom, Level 35, Orchard Wing
Mandarin Orchard Singapore Read More
3rd Annual Singapore Legal Summit Date: 19 November, 2015
Start: 08:00
End: 17:30
3rd Annual Singapore Legal Summit
19 November 2015
10 Bayfront Avenue
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Read More
3rd International Arbitration Conference 2015 Date: 24 November, 2015
Start: 09:00
End: 18:00
3rd International Arbitration Conference 2015
Tuesday, 24 November 2015
Harbourside Room of the Museum of Contemporary Art
Sydney Read More
National Law Day Date: 26 November, 2015
Start: 09:00
End: 17:00
Symposium on Gas and LNG Contracting in Asia
Thursday, 26 Npvember 2015
Tne Shangri-La's Eros Hotel, New Delhi
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Articles & Publications

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Interim Relief in International Arbitration

INTERIM RELIEF IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION Steven Lim; Managing Partner, Singapore, Nabarro LLP 1. I will address in this short paper what standards and guidelines should be applied in determining interim relief in international arbitrations and whether there is any difference between the standards a tribunal and a national court might apply to this determination. ...

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Third-Party Funding In Arbitration: Neither A Menace Nor A Leveller, But An Inevitable Consequence of Financialization

Darren MayberryAirhart & Associates, Louisville, KY, USA Today, just about any product, service, or right may be priced, monetized, securitized, traded, assigned, or purchased. We might call this universal pricing phenomenon one of the defining features of our latest economic era, an era of financialization. In general, financialization refers to "the increasing dominance of...

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Third Party Funding in International Arbitration: A Slippery Slope or Levelling the Playing Field?

Angus Fei Ni Debevoise & Plimpton LLP “[I]n those times . . . a man would buy a weak claim, in hopes that power might convert it into a strong one, and that the sword of a baron, stalking into court with a rabble of retainers at his heels, might strike terror into the eyes of a judge upon the bench. At present, what cares an English judge for the swords of a hundred barons?...

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False Testimony in Arbitration: Incentives and Solutions

Adam RavivWilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLPIf I could change one thing about arbitration, I would make parties more accountable for presenting false testimony. Many a practitioner has witnessed perjured testimony in arbitration. And many a practitioner has likely been frustrated when those who testify falsely in a high-stakes proceeding face no consequences for doing so....

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The Emergency Arbitrator and Expedited Procedure in SIAC: A New Direction for Arbitration in Asia

In July 2010, the new SIAC Rules were promulgated which provided for two new and innovative provisions for parties: the emergency arbitrator and the expedited procedure. Both procedures have proven remarkably successful in providing parties with alternative means to obtain immediate relief and reduce time and costs in the resolution of their dispute. Emergency Arbitrator The e...

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The SIAC Emergency Arbitrator Experience

THE SIAC EMERGENCY ARBITRATOR EXPERIENCE Vivekananda N., Deputy Registrar & Head (South Asia), Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC); An earlier version of this article was published in the CDR Magazine. Parties rarely want to be engaged in an international dispute. People and companies want to get on with their business...

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SC Limits Scope of Public Policy in Foreign Arbitral Awards

SC LIMITS SCOPE OF PUBLIC POLICY IN FOREIGN ARBITRAL AWARDS Vyapak Desai, Partner, Nishith Desai Associates; Payel Chatterjee,  Nishith Desai Associates; Ashish Kabra, Nishith Desai Associates; “PATENT ILLEGALITY NOW NOT A SWORD ON ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN AWARDS”INTRODUCTION Recent judicial rulings are helping India to shed its ...

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To “Seat” or not to “Seat”: Art Thou Relevant !!

Nakul Dewan, Counsel, Allen & Gledhill LLP, Singapore | Advocate, India. IntroductionWilliam Shakespeare’s soliloquy from Hamlet is an apt expression for parties who end up with the wrong seat of arbitration, by either having failed to make a choice or making the wrong one. Two recent decisions from the highest courts in India and Sing...

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Derivatives Arbitration is on the Rise in Singapore

Kabir Singh, Counsel, Clifford Chance Asia; Matthew Brown, Associate, Clifford Chance Asia; Introduction The ISDA Annual General Meeting was hosted in Singapore in April 2013 and one of the hot topics discussed by delegates was the review by ISDA of its Master Agreement to include model arbitration clauses.Following an in-depth consultatio...

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Developments for Arbitration of financial Sector Disputes

Andrew Pullen, Counsel, Allen & Overy, Singapore1; Introduction Arbitration is indispensable to international commerce. A recent survey by Queen Mary, University of London recorded that arbitration is the preferred form of resolving international disputes for the majority of in-house counsel (52% of whom said it was their first choice).2...

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