CIArb Arbitration Surgery Workshop: The Emergency Arbitrator

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Singapore branch) will be conducting a workshop on ‘The Emergency Arbitrator’ on Friday, 12th October 2012. 

Entitled “Arbitration Surgery Workshop: The Emergency Arbitrator – How Effective Is Such Relief? What Really Happens In The Emergency Room And Afterwards?”, the interactive half-day workshop will consider, amongst other things, the interim measures that may be granted in applications for Emergency Arbitrator relief under the relevant rules of leading arbitral institutions and the current legislation; the scope of an Emergency Arbitrator’s powers; and the procedural requirements in Emergency Arbitrator proceedings. Readers who would like some background information on the appointment of emergency arbitrators and examples of emergency interim relief in Singapore may wish to check out our previous post on ‘In Situations Of Emergency’.  

The workshop will be led and conducted by a distinguished panel of moderators and speakers – workshop participants will no doubt benefit from hearing about their practical experiences through examples and case studies.  

The workshop will be held at Maxwell Chambers @ Centennial on Friday, 12th October 2012, from 2.30pm to 5.30pm (followed by a Reception from 5.30pm to 6pm). Full details of the workshop can be found here.

About Jonathan Choo

Singapore international arbitration lawyer with a practical approach to dispute resolution, Partner at Olswang Asia.
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