Seven members of Chambers are attending this year’s IPBA in Auckland and will be speaking in nine panel sessions during the conference.
Stephen Tromans QC, Marion Smith QC, Denys Hickey, David Bateson, Karen Gough, Ben Olbourne and Paul Hayes will be at the conference, which is taking place between 6th and 9th April, along with Chambers’ Chief Executive, David Barnes, and Director of Asian Business, Roderick Noble.
The Inter-Pacific Bar Association is an international association of business and commercial lawyers who live in, or have a strong interest in, the Asia-Pacific Region. This year’s conference will welcome over 1000 delegates from all over the world.
Speaker sessions include:
One event, many losses – resolving catastrophe, crisis and class action claims – Stephen Tromans QC
Impact of Ethical Standards on International Litigation and Arbitration – Karen Gough
Emergency Arbitrator – A Useful Tool or Useless Phenomenon – David Bateson
The Benefit of Cut and Dry Dispute Resolution Procedures – Karen Gough
Privilege and its Impact on Discovery / Document Production – Paul Hayes
Cross Border Transactions and Environmental Law Compliances and Concerns – Stephen Tromans QC
National Interference in Arbitration – Ben Olbourne
Common International Construction Issues and Their Solutions – David Bateson
Growing Convergence in Asia Pacific Maritime Jurisprudence – Denys Hickey
See here for the full conference programme.