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This is the first event organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (AmCham) and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA). The workshop aims to provide an opportunity for legal professionals and in-house counsels to gain a deeper understanding of the processes and challenges associated with dispute resolution by arbitration in Vietnam and in the region. This seminar also presents an opportunity to promote the upcoming Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) conference scheduled for April 2024 in Tokyo. The IPBA conference will bring together legal professionals, scholars, and practitioners to discuss and exchange insights on crucial legal matters.
|Welcome and Introduction
|Introduction to AmCham and Membership Registration for Japanese Businesses
|Welcome remark and brief introduction of IPBA
|Promotion of the Annual IPBA Conference in April 2024 in Tokyo
|Practice of resolving the petitions for recognition of foreign arbitration awards in Vietnam
|Enforcement of Arbitration Awards in Singapore: Framework and Recent Developments
|Recognition and enforcement of International Arbitration Awards in Japan
|Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitration Awards in Germany
|Case study on setting aside arbitral awards and non-recognition of foreign arbitral awards in Vietnam
|Supporting role of Court to operation of commercial arbitration./ Vai trò hỗ trợ của Tòa án đối với hoạt động của trọng tài thương mại
|Discussion and Q&A
AmCham Members: VND 300,000
Non-members: VND 450,000
Free of charge
|Reservations/cancellations must be received by 24 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.
Partner, LNT & Partners
Le Net is the partner in charge of Singapore office of LNT & Partners. He is also in charge of financial services, infrastructure and arbitration practice group of the firm. He is a panel arbitrator at the Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC) where he has chaired or co-arbitrated many leading cases, and also a panel arbitrator at Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). He is also a member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and a CEDR accredited mediator.
Partner, Nishimura & Asahi
Hiroyuki heads Nishimura & Asahi’s international dispute resolution practice. He specializes in international commercial litigation, arbitration, and mediation. Hiroyuki serves as Vice President of the Japan Association of Arbitrators and as Chief Director of the Japan International Mediation Center in Kyoto, was Vice Chair of the Arbitration Committee of the IBA Legal Practice Division, and was Co-Chair of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Committee at the IPBA from 2016 to 2020. From 2013 to 2016, he taught international arbitration and international dispute resolution at the University of Tokyo, School of Law as a visiting professor. He is a member of SIAC’s Cour of Arbitration, the International Court of Arbitration of ICC.
|Pham Thi Hang
Department of Legal Affairs and Research Administration, Supreme Court
Ms. Hang has over 10 years experience in local court research and procedural guidance in resolving requests related to commercial arbitration, recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitrations in Vietnam. Hang served as a standing member of the Editorial Board for the Civil Proceeding Code 2015. Her expertise and work at Supreme Court involve in the development of procedural guidance of Supreme Court on commercial arbitration.
|Dr. Lars Markert
Partner, Nishimura & Asahi
Lars is a partner in Nishimura & Asahi’s international dispute resolution group. With almost twenty years of experience working in Tokyo, New York, and Germany, he advises clients from Europe and Asia on complex cross-border disputes, commercial negotiations, and internal investigations. Lars’ practice is focused on commercial and investment arbitration. He has been involved in more than 50 international arbitrations as counsel and arbitrator under the arbitration rules of institutions such as the ICC, DIS, SAC, NAI, ICDR, KCAB, JCAA, SIAC, and ICSID, as well as under the UNCITRAL Rules.
Partner, One Asia Lawyers
Tetsuo is founding partner of One Asia Law with offices in all Southeast Asia countries. Now based in Singapore, he specialises in all cross-border legal transactions, including M&A and international trade disputes. In 2014, he became the first qualified Japanese lawyer to advise Singapore commercial law (Foreign Practitioner certificate for Foreign Lawyer to Practise both Singapore Law and Foreign Law in Singapore (Section 36B)). He is also the first Japanese lawyer to be a case managing officer at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, dealing with many cross-border issues.
Partner, Dilinh Legal
Diep is the founding Partner of Dilinh Legal. Before Dilinh, Diep worked as a banking and finance associate at the Ho Chi Minh City office of a top international firm.
In addition to her banking and finance expertise, Diep has extensive experience in competition, corporate and M&A, labor, and dispute resolution matters. Diep has acted as the primary external counsel in Vietnam for the Phu Hung Group for several years.
|Nguyen Cong Phu
Partner, LNT & Partners
Former Judge of Economic Court of HCMC
Mr. Nguyen Cong Phu is in charge of the LNT’s Dispute Resolution Practice Group and his experience spans over 21 years. Before joining LNT & Partners, Mr. Phu worked as a judge for the Economic Court of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court from 1999 to 2020, in which he settled more than 1000 trading dispute cases. He was also appointed as a Deputy Chief Justice of Economic Court of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Court for 14 years.