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6th Ince Beijing Shipping Trade Seminar - Mock Arbitration 22 May 2018

News / / 6th Ince Beijing Shipping Trade Seminar - Mock Arbitration 22 May 2018

Wai Yue Loh, partner and head of Ince Beijing, will be in attendance together with our team of arbitration experts in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore to share our experience with you While each and every international arbitration (be it seated in Singapore or the Hong Kong SAR of the PRC) is unique, we believe it will be extremely educational to bring together well-known and experienced practitioners in the field of international arbitration, both advocates and arbitrators, to discuss and demonstrate the actual workings in an international arbitration hearing by way of a mock hearing which follows a fictional international trade dispute Tactics, techniques and ideas to be considered in an international arbitration hearing will be demonstrated, discussed and analysed in this mock hearingThe event will be in conducted in both English and Chinese nbspThis event is free of charge To register, please contact Sally Shen atnbspsallyshenincelawcom
Wai Yue Loh

Wai Yue Loh Partner and Chief Representative of Beijing Office, Beijing, Partner, Hong Kong and Joint Managing Director, Singapore

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