Venue : ASHURST LLP 12 MARINA BOULEVARD #24-01 MARINA BAY FINANCIAL CENTRE TOWER 3 SINGAPORE 018982
Event Start Date : Thursday 18 October 2018
Event End Date : Thursday 18 October 2018
Event Start Time : 12:00 pm
Event End Time : 02:00 pm
Registration Start Date : Tuesday 09 October 2018
Registration End Date : Thursday 18 October 2018
Privilege – ENRC and the In-house Counsel
The English Court of Appeal recently has issued a landmark decision as to the scope of privilege, in SFO v ENRC. In this presentation Rob Palmer (Office Managing Partner, Ashurst) and Cathryn Neo (Solicitor, Ashurst) will provide an introduction to privilege and will consider the implications of this decision, with a particular focus on the day-to-day issues facing in-house counsel in Singapore. The presentation will conclude with a series of case studies (based upon preparing and responding to a cyber-attack) to provide attendees with practical take-aways.
Please note that lunch will be provided.
Privilege basics (English law/Singapore law)
Privilege for in-house lawyers
Privilege in arbitration
Case studies and questions
12:00pm - 12:30pm
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Lunch and Presentation
1:30pm - 2:00pm
Q&A and Networking
Office Managing Partner
Rob Palmer is managing partner of our Singapore office and a partner in our dispute resolution practice.
Rob has been based in Southeast Asia since 2003 and has worked throughout the region, including in Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore. During that time he has conducted numerous arbitrations under the rules of major regional and international arbitral institutions including the SIAC, AAA, ICC, LCIA, KLRCA, TAI and BANI, with a particular focus on disputes in the construction, infrastructure and energy sectors.
Rob is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA). He sits as arbitrator, is a member of the panel of arbitrators of (among others) the KLRCA, BANI, THAC and the ACICA and is listed in legal directories as one of Singapore's leading arbitration and construction lawyers. Rob is also Honorary Treasurer of the Society of Construction Law, Singapore.
Rob is qualified in Australia (New South Wales), England & Wales and New Zealand.
This event is strictly for in-house counsel only.
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