Three Crowns partner, Liz Snodgrass, will speak on New Forms of Resource Nationalism: Decommissioning and Other “Exit” Disputes in the Asian Oil & Gas Patch at the ITA-IEL-ICC Joint Conference on International Energy Arbitration – Singapore. The conference will be held Sept. 18-19, 2019, by The Center for American and International Law’s Institute for Transnational Arbitration and Institute for Energy Law, and the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
The program includes a keynote address by Singapore’s Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law, K Shanmugam, a luncheon interview with Loretta Malintoppi, one of the deans of the practice in Singapore, and the always-popular Year in Review.
The conference will be held at the Regent Singapore Hotel. For the conference schedule and registration information, see the conference program.
About the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA)
A division of The Center for American and International Law, ITA provides advanced, continuing education for lawyers, judges and other professionals concerned with transnational arbitration of commercial and investment disputes. Through its programs, scholarly publications and membership activities, ITA has become an important global forum on contemporary issues in the field of transnational arbitration. For more information, visit www.cailaw.org/ita.
About the Institute for Energy Law (IEL)
A division of The Center for American and International Law, IEL provides superior educational and professional opportunities for lawyers and other professionals in the energy industry through educational courses, conferences, scholarly publications and membership activities. IEL presents numerous educational conferences and seminars each year, publishes papers and periodicals, and provides an important forum in which contemporary issues affecting the energy industries can be discussed. For more information, visit www.cailaw.org/iel.
ICC International Court of Arbitration
Established in 1923 as the arbitration body of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Court of Arbitration pioneered international commercial arbitration, as it is known today. Working closely with its Secretariat, the Court’s primary role is to administer ICC arbitrations. The Court provides parties with a flexible and neutral setting for dispute resolution. It offers confidentiality and extraordinary freedom for parties to choose the framework for how and where they want to resolve their dispute. While the dispute itself is resolved by independent arbitrators, the Court supervises the process from beginning to end, increasing the quality of the process and enforceability of the awards. Since its inception, the Court has administered more than 21,000 cases involving parties and arbitrators from some 180 countries. For more information, visit www.iccarbitration.org.« Back