2020 UNCITRAL Asia Pacific Day
Webinar: The Future Practice of Commercial Dispute Resolution after Extending the Application of CISF to Hong Kong
Date: 10 December 2020 (Thu); 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (GMT+8)
Fee: Free Admission
CPD: IDRRMI & HKMC (2 points); HKMAAL (pending)
Registration & Contact:
- HK & Overseas: https://lnkd.in/eFSwJtS Ms Inky Hui (3622 1589, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mainland China: Ms Monica Zhang (WeChat: Mainland-HongKongJMC, https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/Z9zFmVTbrmJggdeAcRx5mw)
The UNCITRAL Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific (UNCITRAL RCAP), The Department of Law at The University of Hong Kong (HKU), International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute (IDRRMI) and Hong Kong Mediation Centre (HKMC) co-organize this Webinar. From the perspective of harmonizing the CISG with prevailing HK laws, this Webinar studies the practice of commercial dispute resolution if the local application of the Convention comes to fruition. It also highlights the benefits brought by the application of the CISG to HK, namely enhancing the competence of Hong Kong’s dispute resolution practitioners. It also critically examines the ways practitioners can prepare themselves for future changes in the practice of commercial dispute resolution.
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About International Dispute Resolution & Risk Management Institute
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.