Date: 13th September 2019
Time: 13:30 - 18:15
The landscape of investor-State dispute settlement is changing. In 2017, the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law conferred a broad mandate on Working Group III to consider possible reform of ISDS.
The progressive agenda was borne from growing concerns over the system and the substance of decision-making in ISDS. To its critics, the repeat appointment of certain decision-makers when investor-State disputes are settled by arbitration and the uneven quality of decisions rendered unite to undermine confidence in the ability of ISDS, in its present form, to adequately safeguard the interests of investors, States, and relevant stakeholders.
The inaugural ISDS@Singapore Public Conference assembles leading policy-makers, practitioners and academics to discuss the different dimensions of a legitimate, sustainable ISDS. It marks the first time that an Investment Treaty Forum-led conference is held in Singapore.
- Mr Cavinder Bull, SC, CEO, Drew & Napier LLC
- Mr Toby Landau QC, Barrister and Arbitrator, Essex Court Chambers
- Dr Jean Ho, Associate Professor, NUS Law
- Ms Daphne Hong, Director‐General, International Affairs Division (IAD) of the Attorney‐General's Chambers
- Ms Miriama Kiselyova, Investment Expert & Legal Adviser, Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the EU
- Prof Yarik Kryvoi, Director of the Investment Treaty Forum, BIICL
- Mr Jonathan Lim, Senior Associate, WilmerHale
- Ms Lim Seok Hui, CEO, SIAC
- Ms Inga Martinkute, PhD candidate, NUS Law
- Dr Nimnual Piewthongngam, Director, DPU Praxis Center and Lecturer, Dhurakij Pundit University
- Mr Jeremy Sharpe, Partner, International Arbitration and Public International Law practices, Shearman & Sterling
- Prof M Sornarajah, CJ Koh Professor, NUS Law
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This event offers the equivalent of 3.5 CPD Points
Practice Area: Alternative Dispute Resolution
Training Level: Foundation
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