Save the Date: CIArb-WIPO-SIAC Intellectual Property, Media & Technology Arbitration Symposium 2014 (13-14 March 2014)

The inaugural CIArb-WIPO-SIAC Intellectual Property, Media & Technology Arbitration Symposium 2014 will be held on the 13 and 14 March 2014. Titled “Innovation Under the Global Spotlight – Overcoming Challenges, Changing Mindsets” (“IPMTAS 2014“), this symposium brings together parties to discuss the latest and most current issues in the resolution of Intellectual Property, Media and Technology disputes and explore why Intellectual Property dispute resolution is a key component to Singapore’s recently announced IP Hub Master Plan.

Join us at IPMTAS 2014 to participate in lively discussions and hear from reputable & experienced arbitration practitioners and business leader. The Guest of Honour and Keynote Speaker for IPMTAS 2014 will be Senior Minister of State for Law & Education, Ms Indranee Rajah.

This Symposium is ideal for all who are interested in the fields of Intellectual Property, Media, Technology and Arbitration, including lawyers, in-house counsel, business leaders and advisers, consultants and experts. Further details will be announced shortly, including information on how you can register early to take advantage of Early-Bird promotions.

Click here for information about IPMTAS 2014. Send your enquires to or call +65 6270 0303.

About Shaun Lee

Dual-qualified International Dispute Resolution and Arbitration lawyer (Singapore and England & Wales). Chartered Institute of Arbitration Fellow. Member of SIAC Reserve Panel of Arbitrators. Panel of Arbitrators and Panelist for Domain Name Dispute Resolution at the AIAC.
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