Bali Arbitration Summit 2019

November 18th, 2019 View Details

Singapore Convention on Mediation: How the Dispute Resolution Landscape Will Change in Indonesia and Beyond

 Event starts: September 20th, 2019

 Location:  Jakarta

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  SESSION 1
Time
Agenda
08.30am ‐ 09.00am
Registration
09.00am ‐ 09.15am
Introduction
09.15am ‐ 10.30am
Game Changer in International Dispute Resolution: the Singapore Convention on Mediation

Paul Aston ‐ HFW, Singapore Moderator
Paul is based in Singapore and acts for clients in the maritime, offshore and commodity sectors. With a particular passion for ADR, he is a qualified mediator and arbitrator (FCIArb), an associate mediator of the Singapore Mediation Centre and has Higher Rights of Audience. He is a panel member of SCMA and has sat as an arbitrator appointed by SIAC. Clients value Paul's ability to handle complex legal, factual and technical issues across all forms of dispute resolution, deep sector expertise and Asian market knowledge. This is gained from almost 30 years of being based in Asia and working on multi-jurisdictional cases. In its Asia-Pacific Guide 2018, leading directory Legal 500 notes Paul's "ability to see issues and provide roadmaps for resolution". He is qualified in England and Wales and Hong Kong and an admitted foreign lawyer in Singapore.

Aloysius Goh ‐ Sage Mediation, Singapore
Mr Aloysius Goh is the Chief Executive Officer of Sage. Aloysius is a certified international mediator and is on the International Panel of the Singapore International Mediation Centre (SIMC) and Japan International Mediation Centre in Kyoto. He was the former CEO of the SIMC and stepped down in 2019 because he loved his craft as a mediator and wanted to again be "the artist not the art gallery manager". Specialising in process-design particularly for hybrid processes such as the arbitration-mediation-arbitration protocol, Aloysius has led advanced mediation skill trainings in several Asian cities. Aloysius has served as a member of the Working Committee for the Singapore Infrastructure Dispute-Management Protocol. He also recently participated in the UNCITRAL discussions on reforms to Investor-State Dispute Settlement.

Kohe Hasan ‐ Reed Smith, Singapore
Kohe is a partner in Reed Smith and a director in Resource Law LLC. With over 15 years of experience, Kohe has a breadth of experience advising on arbitrations under various rules including SIAC, ICC and LCIA. She has a particular focus on the energy and mining sectors where, in addition to Singapore, she advises clients in emerging markets such as Indonesia, Cambodia and Sri Lanka. Kohe is recommended for International Arbitration in Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019 where clients describe her as having 'drive, panache and almost religious commitment to top quality client service'. A thought leader in arbitration, Kohe co-authored "Arbitration in Singapore: A Practical Guide", a well-regarded arbitration textbook for local practitioners and has written extensively on developments in the arbitration sector in Singapore.

Raymond Lee ‐ PMN, Indonesia
Mr. Lee is a commercial mediator with experience in mediating high value commercial disputes involving multiple parties across many cultures. Mr. Lee is retained by World Bank Group as a Regional Mediator for the East Asia Pacific region. He is a mediator and mediation instructor to the Indonesian Mediation Centre (PMN) supporting the Centre's training and socialization programs designed to promote mediation as a dispute resolution tool in Indonesia as well as mediating cases. He is a PMN mccredited Mediator, a CEDR accredited mediator and a court registered mediator with the Central Jakarta District Court. Mr. Lee is the creator and writer of one of Indonesia's best-loved television situation comedies – Bajaj Bajuri.
10.30am ‐ 10.45am
Coffee Break
  SESSION 2
Time
Agenda
10.45am ‐ 12.00pm
Mediation from the Perspective of Lawyers: Approaches and Tips to Succeed in Practice

Dr. iur. Harald Sippel ‐ BIAMC, Malaysia Moderator
Harald acts as the Bali International Arbitration and Mediation Center’s (BIAMC) Academic Director and is a founding Partner of of Putilin Sippel Ltd., a Hong Kong/Malaysia based dispute resolution consultancy. Building on over ten years of experience in the alternative dispute resolution industry, he has acted as arbitrator (Chair, Sole, Co-Arbitrator), counsel, administrative secretary and in-house counsel in over 60 international arbitrations involving all major arbitral rules and purely ad hoc. These arbitrations conducted in English, French, German and Italian took place at multiple seats with the substantive laws of over 25 different jurisdictions from both, the civil and common law world. Prior to joining the BIAMC, Harald acted as Head of Legal Services at the Asian International Arbitration Centre (Kuala Lumpur). In this capacity, managing a team composed of up to 15 lawyers, Harald oversaw around 2,000 arbitration, adjudication, mediation and other ADR proceedings. Harald is fluent in English, French, German and Italian, has good knowledge of Korean, Norwegian/Swedish/Danish and speaks some Mandarin Chinese and Bahasa Indonesia.

Darshendev Singh ‐ Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill, Malaysia
Darshendev Singh is a Partner with Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill and the Head of the Firm's Adjudication Practice. His primary area of practice is commercial dispute resolution with a focus on disputes relating to construction, engineering, oil & gas, and infrastructure projects. Besides being a registered arbitrator with the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) and Bangalore International Mediation, Arbitration & Conciliation Centre (BIMACC), he has also represented clients in numerous international and domestic arbitration, litigation, mediation and adjudication proceedings. In fact, the Legal 500 has described him as a lawyer who "always delivers in a timely fashion". Darshendev is also a frequent speaker on the international circuit on issues related to his areas of practice and contributes to global publications on the arbitration and construction law landscape.

Campbell Bridge ‐ 7 Wentworth Selborne, Australia
Campbell was admitted to the New South Wales Bar in 1977 and was appointed Senior Counsel in 1998. A large part of his practice as Senior Counsel is in alternative dispute resolution ("ADR"). He is recognised in the following publications:
- 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 [2014] 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.

Andi Yusuf Kadir ‐ HHP Law firm, Indonesia
Andi is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP Law Firm). He has extensively represented multinational corporations and local companies in domestic and international arbitration, complex litigation proceedings, court-sanctioned debt restructuring processes (PKPU), and bankruptcy/insolvency litigation. He has represented both lenders and companies in PKPU and bankruptcy/insolvency matters. He has been called as an expert witness in ICC, SIAC and KCAB arbitration proceedings giving opinion on various contractual issues (e.g., illegality of contracts, quantum of damages and force majeure) and Company Law issues. He is the Indonesia member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris, co-chairman of the arbitration and ADR commission of ICC Indonesia, a committee member of YSIAC (Young Singapore International Arbitration Centre) and an arbitrator on the SIAC Reserve Panel. Andi stands alone in the Band 1 of Chambers Asia-Pacific in the area of dispute resolution (2018). He is also listed in "Who's Who Legal: Litigation" (2016 - 2018). He is named as Indonesian Dispute Resolution Lawyer of the Year by Asian Legal Business Indonesian Law Awards (2017 and 2018) and "Disputes Star of the Year" by Asialaw & Benchmark Litigation Dispute Resolution Awards 2018.

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