KordaMentha sponsors the CIArb Asia Pacific Conference 2011
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Conference 2011 is a dynamic two day forum which will consider challenges and opportunities for international dispute resolution practices driven by reform and regional investment.
For multinational companies and industry groups, international dispute resolution is an integral part of good business practice. As the world emerges from the Global Financial Crisis, investment and innovation are key to reshaping and rebuilding. With the rapid growth of international trade, progressive legislative reform and technological innovation in dispute resolution, all eyes focus on the Asia Pacific region.
Delegates will hear from leading members of government, industry, business and arbitration specialists, who will draw upon their wealth of knowledge and experience.
KordaMentha Partner Owain Stone will chair a session at the conference, drawing upon his knowledge and experience as the National Chair of the Forensic Accountants Special Interest Group, Institute of Chartered Accountants, Australia and over 25 years of forensic accounting including providing expert reports and giving evidence for a number of arbitrations.
Held 27 to 28 May 2011 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, topics to be covered include Innovations in international arbitration: recent changes to legislation and practice in the Asia Pacific region; technical innovation in arbitration, the growth of international mediation in the region; International arbitration and the courts – the Australian approach; how to draft an arbitration clause and its effect on enforcement; and much more.
Why should you attend?
- Hear from global arbitration leaders and decision makers.
- Gain up-to-date insights on leading edge issues.
- Engage in high level and wide ranging networking opportunities.
- Attendance will earn Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
- Receive special delegate offers and discounts.
For more information and to register please visit –
Early Bird Rates are available until 31 March 2011.
Owain Stone – (03) 8623 3410 or 0402 893 301