We, Nov 16 Morning Briefing: Making Arbibration Work for You

When: Wed, Nov 16th 2011 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Where: Renaissance Riverside Hotel, 8-15 Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

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Event Background

Making Arbitration Work for You: Practical Considerations in Implementing the New Commercial Arbitration Framework

The speaker will discuss:

• Advantages and disadvantages of use of foreign litigation or foreign arbitration for settlement of disputes in Vietnam
• Use of ad hoc arbitration
• Practical considerations when selecting an arbitrator, and how to challenge a biased arbitrator
• How to quickly obtain interim relief to protect your interests in arbitration proceedings
• How to protect your confidentiality during arbitration; and consumer’s option to proceed with arbitration or not

Agenda

08:00Registration and Buffet breakfast is served
08:30Introduction and Presentation during, followed by Q&A
09:30Event Ends

Costs

Member: vnd 550,000/ea. w/ reservation | Non-member/Walk-in: vnd 650,000/ea

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About the Speaker

Nguyen Manh DungNguyen Manh Dung, MCIArb –Vice President of Pacific International Arbitration Center (“PIAC”)

Mr. Nguyen Manh Dzung is a Vietnamese lawyer with over 20 years of experience in dispute resolution. His practice in the field includes negotiation, arbitration and litigation before major commercial courts of Vietnam as well as at international and local arbitration institutions.

Mr. Dzung was properly trained on both international commercial arbitration and investment treaty arbitration by a prominent arbitration scholar – Mr. Loukas A Mistelis, Clive M Schmitthoff Professor of Transnational Commercial Law and Arbitration, Director of the School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary, University of London. He is the only qualified Vietnamese lawyer accredited by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) in London, United Kingdom, as a graded Member in Vietnam.

As an active member of drafting committees of the Vietnam Lawyers Association (VLA) and Ministry of Justice of Vietnam (MOJ), Mr. Dzung personally participated in editing, drafting and reviewing arbitration legislation. He is also a speaker on arbitration law at various academic forums in Vietnam, such as the Judicial Academy, the Diplomatic Academy and seminars and workshops organised by MOJ, VLA, VCCI and VBF.

Mr. Dzung has significant experience in handling arbitrations in international trade, shipping and infrastructure as an expert witness and legal counsel for both international and local clients under a variety of international arbitration rules, particularly the UNCITRAL, ICC, JCAA and VIAC.

Mr. Dzung is a member of the Hanoi Bar Association of Vietnam and the Arbitration Committee of International Bar Association (IBA).