Peter is known in the Asia arbitration world for being a straight talker and, consequently, is a popular choice for institutions, universities and the like when seeking out speakers.
Drawing on nearly 20 years of experience acting as counsel for Asia’s leading companies and also sitting, periodically, as an arbitrator, Peter will discuss what is considered best practice when presenting a case in an international arbitration but also, perhaps more interestingly, he will share some perspectives on how not to present your case if you wish to avoid upsetting your arbitrators. In doing so he will draw on real examples from recent cases in which he has been involved where he has seen poor strategies and procedural game playing leading to, at best, increased and wasted costs, and in the worst case, poor outcomes.
Admission is free with limited seats available. For registration, please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org