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Webinar:“- is there more to a contract than meets the eye?” 

As one of the supporting organizations of Joint Webinar by Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (Hong Kong Branch) and London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA), HKCICA would like to invite all IDRRMI members to join the webinar.

The webinar will consider when and in which ways terms may be implied into shipping contracts and "The principles of implied terms under English law”.

The panellists will address the legal aspects of cases implying terms in shipping contracts context which among others, will include a discussion on the Union Power and Res Cogitans. The implications of such decisions in a broader sense for various maritime contracts and resulting changes, if any, made to the existing standard forms.

The webinar will also seek to answer “do commercial practitioners need to know and appreciate the obligations flowing from the implied terms” and thus the parties may consider contracting in or out of such implied terms to the extent that such exclusion can legally be made.

8th April 2021 / 6pm-7.30pm, Hong Kong/Singapore Time

Registration link:  Please click here.

The seats are limited to only 500.

The webinar will also be relayed live using Sailor Today channel.



Seizing the Best Business Opportunities in the Asia Pacific

We are delighted to announce that the Korea International Mediation Centre of the Republic of Korea has joined APCAM, the online signing ceremony cum APCAM Webinar will be held on 14 March 2021 at 11:30 a.m (India time), 2:00 pm ( Hong Kong Time) 5:00 pm (Melbourne Time).

We gratefully welcome you to the signing ceremony and the first APCAM Webinar on the topic, “Seizing the Best Business Opportunities in the Asia Pacific”. The APCAM Webinar series conducted by the Asia Pacific Centre for Arbitration & Mediation, will be a global tour of all jurisdictions, discussing the ADR developments regionally and globally by the most reputed professionals and stakeholders from global jurisdictions.

HKCICA|Construction Mediation and Arbitration (Webinar)

Event Highlights: Here

With the booming development of the construction industry, construction disputes took up a large portion of the overall cases. HKCICA invited Dr Christopher To, Chairman of Construction Arbitration Committee of HKCICA, as a moderator to hold a discussion with the leading arbitration and mediation specialists Mr Stanley Lo, Ms Alice To, Mr Damon So, and Mr Sidney Tong. Our webinar welcomes all professionals and everyone who is interested in construction dispute resolution.

Topic: Construction Mediation and Arbitration
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (Hong Kong time, GMT+8hour)
Date: 26 January 2021 (Tuesday)
Type: Zoom Webinar

You can join the webinar by 2 methods:

  • Zoom Meeting ID:856 0831 5763 Password:765006
  • Or click the link below: Here





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    September 2020 (Chinese Only)

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    September 2020 (Chinese Only)

  • [Highlights]Haikou International Commercial Mediation Center was officially inaugurated

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  • [Highlights] Chairman Law attended the Online Opening Ceremony of the Haikou International Commercial Mediation Center

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  • [Highlights]The Intellectual Property Mediation Center of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area was officially opened for operation

    September 2020 (Chinese Only)

  • [Highlights] IDRRMI and five other professional organisations in property management have jointly established the Hong Kong Real Estate Management and Service Alliance

    August 2020

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International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute (IDRRMI) is a leading global professional body in the field of dispute resolution which receives support and recognition from Mainland authorities and prominent dispute resolution organizations such as Hong Kong Mediation Centre, Mainland - Hong Kong Joint Mediation Center and universities in Australia, China and the United Kingdom. IDRRMI is dedicated to providing the Belt and Road enterprises and other global organizations with one-stop solutions for dispute resolution, risk management, internal control, and corporate governance. IDRRMI has also established an accreditation mechanism to assess and certify dispute resolution specialists of different levels. The Advisory Board of IDRRMI consists of distinguished leaders in the commercial sector, legal profession and public services. IDRRMI comprises dispute resolution experts from more than 20 countries and regions and collaborates with over 40 partner organizations in Hong Kong, China and overseas. To popularize the concept of diversified dispute resolution, IDRRMI has launched the first international platform in connection with China’s diversified dispute resolution mechanism.