Singapore Convention on Mediation: How the Dispute Resolution Landscape Will Change in Indonesia and Beyond
Event starts: September 20th, 2019
Paul Aston ‐ HFW, Singapore Moderator
Aloysius Goh ‐ Sage Mediation, Singapore
Kohe Hasan ‐ Reed Smith, Singapore
Raymond Lee ‐ PMN, Indonesia
Dr. iur. Harald Sippel ‐ BIAMC, Malaysia Moderator
Darshendev Singh ‐ Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill, Malaysia
Campbell Bridge ‐ 7 Wentworth Selborne, Australia
- Best Lawyers in Australia 2020 in ADR.
- Best Lawyers in Australia 2019 in ADR.
- Doyle's Guide - Leading Mediators – New South Wales, 2018
- Doyle's Guide - Leading Arbitration Barristers – Australia, 2018
He has acted for parties as counsel and as a mediator in many hundreds of disputes principally in areas of commercial law, insurance, professional negligence, common law, public liability, mining disputes, and infrastructure disputes. He has also recently mediated many matters arising from the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (Australia). His appointments as a mediator come from a wide range of parties including the Commonwealth and Australian State governments, public companies, major insurers and institutions, and a wide range of smaller corporations, businesses, and individuals. Outside Australia, he has been appointed as the mediator in major medical litigation in Singapore and in mining, infrastructure and energy contract disputes in Indonesia. While accredited with a significant number of ADR bodies as listed below, he is the only nonIndonesian accredited as both an arbitrator with Badan Arbitrasi Nasional Indonesia (BANI) and as an international guest mediator with Pusat Mediasi Nasional (Indonesian Mediation Centre) in that country. He has been briefed in arbitrations and references out by courts in Australia over many years in areas of construction and commercial law, and most recently in disputes between insurers in professional negligence actions. In his practice as an advocate, he has conducted numerous trials (including many jury trials) and appeals over the years in the above areas for plaintiffs, insurers and governments. In addition, he has acted in major inquests including the Jake Kovko and David Iredale (Sydney Grammar) inquests. He has been counsel assisting in a royal commission involving the building industry in New South Wales. He has been briefed as counsel for the New South Wales government in the Giles v Commonwealth of Australia  NSWSC 83) and McAlister v The State of New South Wales (Federal Court of Australia NSD1968/2013) class actions. He has acted in numerous disciplinary proceedings involving both legal and medical practitioners. Speaking engagements include numerous professional and international conferences in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa and Australia and events of think tanks such as AsiaLink on various topics with particular focus on negotiation, culture, mediation of commercial and professional liability disputes, and current Indonesian political and commercial issues. Campbell has a particular interest in Asia and Asian culture. As a photographer moonlighting as a lawyer, he has had numerous articles and photographs concerning Asian culture, history and traditions published in cultural magazines such as Asian Geographic (Singapore) and various other publications. He speaks some Bahasa Indonesian. He has staged photographic exhibitions in Jakarta and Sydney on a wide range of topics ranging from Indonesian people and culture to Islamic life in Sydney. Read More
Andi Yusuf Kadir ‐ HHP Law firm, Indonesia
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