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The Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) is an international association of business and commercial lawyers who live in, or otherwise have a strong interest in, the Asia-Pacific Region. It was established in April 1991 at an organizing conference held in Tokyo attended by more than 500 lawyers from countries within the Asia-Pacific Region. Since then, it has grown to become a pre-eminent legal association in this Region, with membership drawn from throughout the world, and currently has over 1,300 members from over 60 national jurisdictions worldwide.


In today’s increasingly interconnected world, most international trade and business transactions will usually involve at least one Asian party or jurisdiction. When commercial disputes arise, Hong Kong provides the ideal venue for speedy and reliable solutions. 

The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) was founded in 1985 to provide an independent forum for resolving international business disputes and has emerged as one of the leading centres as Asia’s leading international dispute resolution services provider.  Located in “Asia’s World City,” the HKIAC provides a range of services to help you find the right solution for your business. 

As the center and platform of dispute resolution activities in Hong Kong, the HKIAC’s flexible and full-service administration capabilities serve the needs of parties seeking to resolve their disputes.   The HKIAC administers arbitrations in accordance with its Administered Arbitration Rules and has the statutory authority to decide the number of arbitrators and appoint arbitrators in ad hoc arbitrations.  Further, the HKIAC has its own set of Mediation Rules and a wide variety of other rules which may be adopted for mediating particular disputes.  The HKIAC also holds a list of accredited mediators from which to appoint upon request by a party.  In addition, the HKIAC administers a number of specialised dispute resolution schemes, including domain name disputes, registered transfer disputes and internet keyword disputes, etc. 

Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) was established in July 1991 as a not for profit non- governmental organisation to meet the demands of the international business community for a neutral, efficient and reliable dispute resolution institution in Asia.

SIAC’s operations are overseen by a Board of Directors that comprises luminaries in the international arbitration arena.

Our international case management team have specialised experience and knowledge of the region including: India, China, Indonesia and Malaysia. SIAC serves all its users with a complete understanding of their needs.

SIAC is committed to complete impartiality and transparency in all that it does for parties. Broadly, it helps parties in:

  • Appointment of arbitrators when they cannot agree on an appointment;
  • Management of the financial and other practical aspects of arbitration;
  • Facilitation of the smooth progress of arbitration.

SIAC has an international panel of over 320 independent arbitrators with a spread of expertise, depth of knowledge and experience. 177 of those experts are based in the Asian region.

SIAC is renowned for our first rate arbitration rules and detailed practice notes which promote transparency, give parties confidence and arbitrators certainty.

SIAC has a proven track record in enforcement of awards by the courts of Australia, China, Hong Kong, India and Indonesia, amongst other New York Convention countries.


The Singapore Corporate Counsel Association or SCCA was set up in 2002. It is the pioneer association representing in-house lawyers in Singapore. The SCCA serves the Singapore legal community by providing a forum for corporate counsel to meet and share information relevant to the in-house practice, provides educational opportunities for lawyers from both the in-house and private practice sectors, and provides a collective voice on those matters that affect the corporate counsel’s practice.  The Association also strives to serve as a collaborative organization body wherein corporate counsel and private practice lawyers can come together to benefit the legal community in Singapore as a whole.


The Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA) was established in 1978 under the auspices of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organisation (AALCO).

KLRCA was the first regional centre established by AALCO in Asia to provide institutional support for the conduct of domestic and international arbitration proceedings in Asia.

The centre provides mediation, conciliation, arbitration, domain name dispute services along with Islamic banking and financial services arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution related training.

Eminent Speakers


Yeong Zee Kin
Senior Assistant Registrar
Supreme Court of Singapore


Chris Dale
Founder & Consultant
the e-Disclosure Information Project


Master Whitaker
Senior Master, Queen’s Bench Division
the Queen’s Remembrancer


Michael D. Lee, LL.M., Esq.
Director
The International Centre for
Dispute Resolution – Singapore (ICDR)


Eddie Sheehy

CEO
Nuix


Craig Carpenter

Vice President and General
Counsel
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