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ABLI-HCCH webinar: Cross-Border Commercial Dispute Resolution – HCCH 2005 Choice of Court and 2019 Judgments Conventions (July 27, 2022)

Thu, 23 Jun 2022
Categories: China Legal Trends
Editor: C. J. Observer

 

CJO is pleased to inform its readers of a webinar organized jointly by the Asian Business Law Institute (ABLI) and the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH). This is the second joint webinar between the two organizations.

Titled Cross-border Commercial Dispute Resolution – HCCH 2005 Choice of Court and 2019 Judgments Conventions, the webinar will take place on Wednesday, July 27 between 3 to 6 pm (Singapore time), and will comprise two sessions to take a holistic look at the Choice of Court and Judgments Conventions. Attendees have the option of attending one or both sessions.

Invited speakers include Sara Chisholm-Batten (Partner, Michelmores LLP), the Honourable Justice David Goddard (Court of Appeal of New Zealand), Justice Anselmo Reyes (International Judge, Singapore International Commercial Court), Nish Shetty (Partner, Clifford Chance LLP) and Dr. Ning Zhao (Senior Legal Officer, HCCH).

For more information or to register, click here. Queries about the webinar can be directed to Catherine of ABLI at info@abli.asia.

 

 

Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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