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This seminar will consist of two panel discussions.

The first panel will discuss the development of commercial and investment arbitration in Beijing, Hong Kong and Australia – the laws, the rules, the cases, the policy, and the trends. The panelists will come from government, universities, arbitral institutions and private practice.

The second panel will discuss “war stories” to be shared by notable arbitration practitioners.

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Iain is an English law qualified partner in the Project Development & Finance practice at Sherman & Sterling. Iain is based in the firm’s London office and is the Europe and Middle East Project Development & Finance Practice Group Leader and heads the firm’s Africa Strategy Group. Iain’s practice focuses on advising governments, sponsors and lending groups (including commercial banks, export credit agencies, multilateral agencies and development finance agencies) on the development and financing of energy and infrastructure projects throughout the Middle East and Africa.

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Newton Arbitration The International Arbitration Think Tank

Newton Arbitration is a research organization – an international arbitration think tank – dedicated to promoting efficiency in the arbitration process. Its scholars and researchers maintain this web-based arbitration resource platform and undertake research on significant arbitration issues. As a result of its activities, Newton Arbitration intends to provide practical advice on the management of the arbitration process.

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The Editor of Newton Arbitration has over 35 years of experience in the international arbitration field. He was a member of the Freshfields’ International Arbitration Group, was the first Registrar of the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre, and until recently, was a member of the LCIA Court, as the special delegate for the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre.

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