Venue : 1 Wallich Street #07-02 Guoco Tower Singapore 078881
Event Start Date : Wednesday 17 July 2019
Event End Date : Wednesday 17 July 2019
Event Start Time : 04:30 pm
Event End Time : 06:30 pm
Registration Start Date : Friday 08 February 2019
Registration End Date : Wednesday 17 July 2019
An under-estimated role of in-house counsel is to anticipate problems and help the organization steer clear of disputes. Avoiding clauses that court trouble is fundamental to that role. There are invaluable lessons and practical tips to be learned from the mistakes made by others who found themselves on the brink of disputes and the less-fortunate who ended up being embroiled in legal proceedings.
An analysis of a variety of clauses from real life examples and which are of general applicability to organisations: what went wrong, what was overlooked in the drafting process and how it could have been avoided. The seminar is a sequel to the one conducted in 2018: Clauses That Courted Trouble.
Joint Managing Partner and Co-Head of Disputes, TKQP
T: +65 6496 9510
Recognized as a leading lawyer in her field of practice, Marina has advised market participants on disputes and general business matters across a broad spectrum of industry sectors in Asia.
Marina speaks and writes on litigation/arbitration related topics regularly. As a testament to her expertise and the respect she commands in the legal community, Marina was invited to contribute to three important publications for litigators:
Marina is the recipient of the Euromoney Legal Media Group Asia Women in Business Law Awards 2016 – Best in Dispute Resolution award. In addition, she is ranked as a Recommended Lawyer for Dispute Resolution, and Restructuring and Insolvency by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific. Marina is also recognized as one of the leading lawyers in the fields of Arbitration and Mediation by the Best Lawyers, 2019.
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