Baltic ICS lunchtime lectures return this September for a third series in Shanghai, Athens, London and Singapore.
Each round of lectures has a specific focus, with the first examining ‘the law and shipping’. The sessions will look at why arbitration is so prevalent in shipping, what are the costs, benefits and expectations for market participants going to tribunal and how awards are decided.
Singapore attendees will have to opportunity to experience a full mock arbitration organised by the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA).
In other locations, experts from the legal sector will guide attendees through the common causes of disputes and what to expect when becoming involved.
Below are the details for each seminar:
18 September | 13:00
Ashley Xu, Director, MECO Shanghai
42F, Shanghai Tower, 501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200000
25 September | 18:00
Guest speaker to be confirmed
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Greece Branch, 1 Platonos & 18 Sotiros Dios Str, Pireaus 18535
25 September | 13:00
Ian Gaunt, President, The London Maritime Arbitrators Association, Maritime Arbitrator
Karina Albers, Arbitrator, Mediator, Expert, LMAA
Baltic Exchange 38 St Mary Axe, London, EC3A 8BH
23 September | 14:00 – 18:00
Mock arbitration organised by the SCMA
Singapore Exchange, 2 Shenton Way, #02-02 SGX Centre 1, Singapore 068804
The seminars are free to attend for Baltic and ICS Member companies, but registration is required.
Cost to non-Members:
Register here (reference: BXICS204).