9 May 2022: Mathias Cheung on to join panel on East Asia for LIDW22

14th Feb 2022

Date
09/05/2022

Time
9:00 am London

Location
Virtual and in-person options available

Mathias Cheung will join a panel of speakers to discuss key issues related to London as an international disputes hub for East Asian disputes for London International Disputes Week 2022 (LIDW22) in a session titled: “London as an international disputes hub for East Asia disputes: the challenges and opportunities of East Asia’s evolving dispute resolution ecosystem”

The session is the first of a day of sessions devoted to examining the key issues in international dispute resolution across the globe as LIDW “follows the disputes sun” from Asia through to the West Coast of the US. It will focus on a number of key topics from the world of dispute resolution that are particularly relevant to East Asia disputes, including navigating BRI disputes, the introduction of adjudication in HK, and the potential cost of meeting zero-carbon commitments.

Speakers: Mathias Cheung, Atkin Chambers; Simon Milnes, Twenty Essex; Mark Sachs, Penningtons Manches Cooper; Helen Tang, Herbert Smith Freehills; Sarah Thomas, Morrison & Foerster.

The session will be introduced by Herbert Smith Freehills partner Richard Norridge and HKA director Michael Laming.

For further details on all the events and how to register please go to the LIDW22 website.





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