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David Streatfeild-James QC to present in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur on 2nd and 4th March 2010

6th Feb 2010

On his forthcoming visit to East Asia, David Streatfeild-James QC is presenting to the Society of Construction Law in Singapore on the role, purpose and efficacy of independent certifiers. The talk is on Tuesday 2nd March 2010 at the NTUC Business Centre.

He is then moving to Kuala Lumpur where he will be presenting to the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators, at their offices, on Thursday 4th March. He will be looking at the differing dispute resolution options available, their relative advantages and disadvantages and how they might usefully be combined.





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