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JAPAN

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION SUMMIT


(This conference will be conducted in English)

Friday, 17th October 2014, 9:00am 5:15pm


The Capitol Hotel Tokyu

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David Kreider
Worldwide Independent
Arbitrator
Chairman

Constantine Partasides Q.C


Partner
Three Crowns LLP
1st Keynote Speaker

Bruce Collins QC
XXIV Old Building Chambers &
Wentworth Chambers
2nd Keynote Speaker

Benjamin F. Hughes
Independent Arbitrator and
Moderator - 1st Grand Panel

Hiroshi Yokokawa
President
Japan Commercial Arbitration
Association

Haig Oghigian
Partner
Head of Disputes Practice,
Tokyo, K&L Gates
Moderator 2nd Grand Panel

Alvin Yeo S.C.


Senior Counsel
Senior Partner
WongPartnership

Tatsuya Nakamura
General Manager of Arbitration
and Mediation Departments,
Japan Commercial Arbitration
Association (JCAA)

Andre Yeap SC
Senior Partner
Rajah & Tann LLP

Christopher Chuah
Head of Infrastructure
Construction & Engineering
Practice, WongPartnership

Kelvin Poon
Equity Partner
Rajah & Tann LLP

Yoshiaki Muto
Partner
Baker & McKenzie

Chris Bailey
Partner
Dispute Resolution
Ashurst

Yoshimasa Furuta
Litigation Partner
Anderson Mori & Tomotsune

Dr Colin Ong
President AABD Managing
Partner
Dr Colin Ong Legal Services

Zachary Sharpe
In-house lawyer
Hyundai Heavy
Industries CO.Ltd

Sitesh Mukherjee
Partner
Dispute Resolution
Trilegal

Prof. Jeff Waincymer


Kluwer Law Author, Australian
Government Nominee
Panellist for the WTO

Junya Naito
Partner
Momo-o
Matsuo & Namba

Mitsuru Claire Chino

Ruth Stackpool-Moore
Managing Counsel
HKIAC

Byung-Chol (B.C.) Yoon


Secretary General
Seoul International Dispute
Resolution Center

General Manager
Legal Division
Itochu Corporation

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This conference will be conducted


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Venue: The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
Hooh, 1/F 2-10-3 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo

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Early Bird rate:
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8:00am

Registration

8:55am -9:00am

Introduction

9:00am - 9:15am

Please note:
Limited to 1 complimentary seat
per company, based on

2:20pm - 3:00pm

David Kreider, Worldwide Independent Arbitrator

Moderator Benjamin F. Hughes, Independent


Arbitrator and Mediator

Opening Address JCAA

Panellists: Ruth Stackpool-Moore, Managing


Counsel, HKIAC

Hiroshi Yokokawa, President, Japan Commercial


Arbitration Association

9:15am - 9:45am

Tatsuya Nakamura, General Manager of Arbitration


and Mediation Departments, Japan Commercial
Arbitration Association (JCAA)

1st Keynote

Byung-Chol (B.C.) Yoon, Secretary General, Seoul


International Dispute Resolution Center

Recent Developments Affecting Global


International Arbitration
Constantine Partasides Q.C, Partner, Three Crowns
LLP

9:45am - 10:15am

10:15am - 10:45am

3:00pm - 3:30pm

Section 6 Sitesh Mukherjee Partner, Head of Dispute


Resolution Practice, Trilegal, India

3:30pm - 3:50pm

Short Break & Afternoon Refreshment

Section 1 Yoshiaki Muto, Partner, Baker &


McKenzie

3:50pm - 4:10pm

Fidic Contract Arbitration


Colin Ong, President, AABD, Managing Partner of
Dr. Colin Ong Services

Japan and International Construction


Disputes
4:10pm - 4:30pm

Christopher Chua, Partner WongPartnership

10:45am - 11:15am

Networking & Morning Refreshment

11:15am - 11:45am

LNG Energy and Oil Disputes in Japan


Section 3 Chris Bailey, Partner, Ashurst

Regulation of Party Representatives Prof.


Jeff Waincymer, Kluwer Law Author,
Australian Government Nominee Panellist
for the WTO
Prof. Jeff Waincymer, Kluwer Law Author,
Australian Government Nominee Panellist for the
WTO

4:30pm - 5:15pm

Pharmaceutical Disputes in Japan / Asia


Advising International Companies

2nd GRAND PANEL Managing an Effective


Arbitration
Moderator - Haig Oghigian, Attorney and
Counselor at Law, K&L Gates

Section 4 Haig Oghigian, Attorney and Counselor


at Law, K&L Gates

12:15pm - 12:45pm

Investment Disputes India Focus

Enforcing Judgments And Arbitral Awards


In Japan

Section 2 Alvin Yeo S.C., Senior Counsel, Senior


Partner, WongPartnership

11:45am - 12:15pm

1st GRAND PANEL Regional Overview /


Where to Arbitrate / Updates in Regions

Panellists: Zachary Sharpe, In-house lawyer,


Hyundai Heavy Industries CO.Ltd

Global Engineering and Project Disputes

Junya Naito, Partner, Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba

Section 5 - Andre Yeap SC, Senior Partner, Rajah


& Tann LLP

Yoshimasa Furuta, Litigation Partner, Anderson


Mori & Tomotsune

Kelvin Poon, Equity Partner, Rajah & Tann LLP

12:45pm - 2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm - 2:20pm

2nd Keynote
Current Challenges to Arbitrators - Issues
for Inhouse Counsel to Consider
Bruce Collins Q.C. XXIV Chambers, UK

Manager, Legal Division, Itochu Corporation

5:30pm - 7:00pm

Networking Cocktail Party

SPEAKER PROFILES

David Kreider, Worldwide Independent Arbitrator


Appointed in related proceedings as sole arbitrator and as chairman, respectively,
in a complex IP licensing dispute between Singaporean and P.R. China parties,
under an agreement requiring that the arbitrator be bilingual in both Chinese
and English.
Chaired an SIAC reference and drafted the award in a dispute between Australian
and Malaysian parties to a software distribution and licensing agreement requiring
that the arbitrator must have recognised expertise in information technology.
Appointed co-arbitrator and rendered award in a substantial ad hoc arbitration in
Hong Kong under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (1976).

US$220 million securitization transaction involving pulp and paper receivables,


and had successfully restrained the execution and implementation of a series of
collaterised equity leveraged loan securities backed notes in excess of US$180
million. Andre has also led some of the largest insolvencies in Singapore and the
region, including the Lehman Brothers Group and MF Global Singapore and was
responsible for the compulsory liquidation of Daewoo Singapore, with debts in
excess of S$400 million. In his varied practice, Andre was involved in some of
the largest property disputes in Singapore, including the $500 million en-bloc
sale of Horizon Towers, and the $550 million en-bloc sale of Gillman Heights.
He also represented the Commissioner of Estate Duty in a dispute relating to the

Appointed co-arbitrator by the ICDR in a dispute seated in New York between


Singaporean and Canadian parties under a technology distribution and licensing
agreement.

construction law practice. Apart from disputes relating to building projects, he


has been involved in cases concerning the construction of vessels, oil rigs and a
collapsed silo facility.

Appointed co-arbitrator in a substantial ICC M&A arbitration in Hong Kong, arising


under an agreement by a European party to acquire a Chinese telecommunications
value added services (VAS) provider.

Alvin Yeo S.C., Senior Counsel, Senior Partner, WongPartnership

Constantine Partasides Q.C, Partner, Three Crowns LLP


Prior to founding Three Crowns LLP, Constantine led the international arbitration
on some of the largest commercial arbitrations of the last decade, relating to
the energy, telecommunications and satellite sectors. Most recently, Constantine
has been lead counsel for commercial clients in claims against sovereigns and
state entities in Indonesia, Algeria and Kazakhstan, and recently led a team
Company in excess of $2bn. Constantine has also advised and represented a
variety of investors and states in relation to disputes under relevant bilateral and
successes for the Republic of Kenya in World Duty Free v. Republic of Kenya, and
for the Republic of Lithuania in Parkerings v. Republic of Lithuania. Constantine
has been named as one of the top 20 individuals in the world of arbitration
in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 Whos Who of Commercial Arbitration. He is a coarbitration Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration, and the news editor
of the leading journal International Arbitration Law Review. He is a solicitoradvocate (Higher Courts Civil), and was recently appointed Queens Counsel.
Constantine was educated at Kings College, London and Cambridge University.
Bruce Collins QC, XXIV Old Building Chambers & Wentworth Chambers
Bruce Collins has practised extensively in arbitration for over 36 years.
He is a member of the I.C.C. Court of International Arbitration in Paris, a
member of the I.O.C. Court of Arbitration for Sport, an Adjunct Professor
of Law and honorary lecturer in International Commercial Arbitration.
He is a former Assistant Commissioner against Corruption in N.S.W.,
a Supreme Court Referee, and Supreme Court Neutral Evaluator.
He lectures widely in arbitration subjects,is presently chairing the N.S.W.
Government Enquiry into Insolvency in the Construction Industry and representing
Australia in the World Trade Organisation proceedings in Geneva commenced
by Ukraine, Honduras and the Dominican Republic. He has Chambers in Eleven
Wentworth, Sydney and in Arbitration Chambers Hong Kong.
Benjamin F. Hughes, Independent Arbitrator and Mediator
Benjamin Hughes is an independent arbitrator and mediator based in Seoul
and Hong Kong. Previously he was the founding co-chair of the international
dispute resolution practice group at Shin & Kim, and adjunct professor of law
at Korea University Law School. Mr. Hughes has extensive experience as counsel
in international arbitrations in Asia, Europe and the United States, and under all
major arbitral rules. He has been appointed as the sole, chair or co-arbitrator
in arbitrations under the rules of the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, CIETAC and KCAB. Mr.

Alvin YEO, Senior Counsel, is the Senior Partner of WongPartnership. His main areas
of practice are banking and corporate disputes, insolvency and restructuring, and
construction and civil engineering matters. Alvin also has extensive experience
in arbitration proceedings both in Singapore and in the region, primarily in
corporate, commercial and infrastructure disputes.
He is a member of the Court of the SIAC, the ICC Commission on Arbitration,
the Court of the LCIA, a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and on
the panel of arbitrators of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the
Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, the Korean Commercial Arbitration
Board, the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration and the South China
International Economic Trade Arbitration Commission. Alvin has served on various
public committees which undertook comprehensive reviews of the legal services
sector. He is a member of the Appeals Advisory Panel of the Monetary Authority
of Singapore (MAS). Alvin also serves on the boards of various public companies in
Singapore, and is an elected Member of Parliament.
Tatsuya Nakamura, General Manager of Arbitration and Mediation Departments,
Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA)
Prof. Tatsuya Nakamura is the General Manager of Arbitration and Mediation
Departments of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association as well as a Professor
of Law, Faculty of Law of Kokushikan University where he teaches International
Dispute Resolution, Arbitration Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Professor
Nakamura is also a lecturer for the Graduate School of Law, Kyushu University,
Fukuoka and Keio Law School, Keio University. In 2009, he was a Visiting Scholar
at the University of Sydney. He has written extensively on the law and practice of
international arbitration.
Yoshiaki Muto, Partner, Baker & McKenzie
Yoshiaki Muto has two decades of experience handling international corporate
transactions and dispute matters. He is currently the Managing Partner and
& McKenzie. Mr. Muto was recommended as a dispute resolution practitioner in
Japan by PLC Which Lawyer and Global Counsel 3000, and was recently named
his practice in the areas of domestic and international dispute resolution,
including litigation and arbitration, corporate investigation and compliance. He
also advises on international trade, general corporate and commercial matters,
including those pertaining to corporate law, contract law and competition law. Mr.
Muto has acted for clients in a wide range of industries, including Japanese and
particularly focuses on the medical and pharmaceutical industries.
Christopher Chuah, Head of Infrastructure, Construction & Engineering
Practice, WongPartnership

Legal, the Global Arbitration Review, Asialaw and Asia Legal Business. Fluent in
Korean, Mr. Hughes has played an active role as an advisor to the KCAB and the
Korean Bar Association. In October 2011, Mayor Won-Soon Park made Mr. Hughes
an Honorary Citizen of Seoul in recognition of his contributions to the legal
community.

Christopher CHUAH heads the Infrastructure, Construction & Engineering


Practice and is a Partner in the China Practice. His main areas of practice
encompass both front-end drafting/advice and construction disputes, both

Hiroshi Yokokawa, President, Japan Commercial Arbitration Association

Christopher graduated from the London School of Economics. He is admitted to the


English Bar and to the Singapore Bar.Apart from a law degree, Christopher has a Diploma
in Surveying (Distinction) from the College of Estate Management, Reading, UK.

Hiroshi Yokokawa is the President of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association.


He also serves as the Managing Director of the Japan Association of Arbitrators
Graduated from the University of Tokyo with B.A. in Law, Mr. Yokokawa worked at
the Ministry of International Trade and Industry for 30 years. During the period,
he experienced various management positions and held several research positions
including as Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and University of California
at Berkley. He was the Executive Vice President of Osaka Gas Corporation, the
second largest gas utility in Japan, when he was elected President of JCAA in 2011.
Aside from his academic positions, he also serves as the President of the Japan
Association of Athletics Federations.

construction law and has authored various books on this subject. He is one
of the General Editors of the Singapore Construction Adjudication Review.

Christopher is a legal advisor to the Singapore Contractors Association Limited, as


well as a member of the Committee for International Construction and Building
Contracts. He is a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and Chartered
Institute of Arbitrators, as well as the Chartered Institute of Building. He has also
been appointed to the Singapore International Arbitration Centres Main Panel of
Arbitrators and is also on the Panel of Arbitrators of the Kuala Lumpur Regional
Centre for Arbitration. Christopher is an accredited adjudicator under the Building
& Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap 30B) and a member of the
Construction Adjudicator Accreditation Committee, formed by the Singapore
Mediation Centre to assist with the training and accreditation of adjudicators.

Andre Yeap SC, Senior Partner, Rajah & Tann LLP


As Senior Partner of Rajah & Tann LLP, Senior Counsel Andre Yeap also heads the

Kelvin Poon, Equity Partner, Rajah & Tann LLP

arbitration cases to his name, Andre has acted in several billion-dollar disputes,
including one involving a steel plant, and another, a failed port venture, and
other disputes involving a regional vehicle franchise, the development of
hospitality resort project, hotel ownership and management, power plants,
telecommunication systems, and underwater channels, and has also represented
telecommunication giants such as AT&T. Andre specialises in a broad range of

Kelvin regularly acts in major construction, corporate and commercial disputes


for private and public listed companies, major international corporations, and

also represented an insurance conglomerate in a dispute over a highly complex

ad hoc arbitrations involving ICC, JCAA, LCIA, SIAC and UNCITRAL rules. Kelvin
also regularly appears in the High Court and the Court of Appeal in Singapore. In
addition to a busy arbitration and litigation practice, Kelvin continues to maintain
a niche practice in and regularly advises clients on medical professional liability,

SPEAKER PROFILES

Kelvin was called to the Singapore Bar in 2001. In 2006, he chambered in Essex
Court Chambers where he worked with leading English Queens Counsel. In 2007,
he clerked with Justice Paul Walker of the Royal Courts of Justice in London. In
strategist and is recommended for real estate and construction disputes. Kelvin
is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Kelvin is also part of the
International Bar Associations Working Group on Harmonizing Arbitration Laws in

Dr Colin Ong, President AABD Managing Partner, Dr Colin Ong Legal Services
Colin Ong is Managing Partner of Dr Colin Ong Legal Services, Brunei and a member
of the Brunei, English and Singapore bars. He is a Chartered Arbitrator and has
acted as arbitrator or as counsel in many arbitrations in civil and common law
jurisdictions and under most arbitration rules. Listed by Global Arbitration Review
as one of the 45 under 45. He is the President of the Arbitration Association Brunei
Darussalam and sits on the board of several other national arbitration centres
including the Indonesian National Board of Arbitration (BANI) and the Cambodian
National Arbitration Committee. He is a Vice-President of APRAG and an Advisory
Committee member of the China-ASEAN Legal Research Center. A Master of the
Bench of the Inner Temple. Visiting Professor at universities in several countries
(Civil Law and Common Law). Editorial board member of legal journals including
Arbitration (CIArb); Asian International Arbitration Journal; Business Law
International; Butterworths Journal of International Banking & Financial Law;
Dispute Resolution International and Maritime Risk International.
Chris Bailey, Partner, Dispute Resolution, Ashurst
Chris is a Partner in Ashursts Dispute Resolution practice in Tokyo. He has been
practicing in Asia since 2006, with over 5 years of service in Japan. Chris is
highly experienced in litigation, arbitration and all forms of alternative dispute
resolution. As a Tokyo based outbound dispute specialist, Chris has been involved
in international/cross-border disputes and regulatory matters across a wide range
of sectors, but the core of his practice concerns energy and resources. Since
arriving in Asia back in 2006, Chris time has been almost exclusively in Tokyo,
including a two-year secondment with one of Japans leading trading companies,
but has also included a year on-the-ground in South East Asia. Chris spent his
early career as a commercial litigator in London acting in international energy
disputes often before the Commercial Court at the Royal Courts of Justice. He
has gone on to act in a wide variety of substantial commercial disputes before not
only the English, but also the Guernsey, Japanese, Singapore, Thai and US courts;
and in arbitration under the auspices of, amongst others, institutions such as the
ICC and JCAA. Chris has also been involved various forms of alternative dispute
resolution, including mediations and expert determinations. On the regulatory
front, Chris has been involved in full-scale corruption investigations involving the
US DOJ, the UK SFO and the Nigerian EFCC and arising out of transactions in Africa
and the Middle East.
Prof. Jeff Waincymer, Kluwer Law Author, Australian Government Nominee
Panellist for the WTO

Junya Naito, Partner, Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba


Junya Naito practices in the areas of domestic and international litigation/
arbitration, cross-border transactions, corporate and M&A and international
bankruptcy/insolvency. A globally recognized expert in international arbitration,
Mr. Naito has long-standing experience as both arbitrator and counsel. He is
Resolution, The Best Lawyers in Japan for Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
and Whos Who Legal for Arbitration. Given his tenure as a professor of Civil
Advocacy at the Legal Training and Research Institute of the Supreme Court of
Japan, Mr. Naito has often been appointed as an expert witness of Japanese civil
and commercial law in international arbitrations and litigations. He is also serving
as an examiner of the National Bar Examination and National Preliminary Bar
Examination of Japan for Commercial/Corporate Law.
Yoshimasa Furuta, Litigation Partner, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
Yoshimasa Furuta is a litigation partner at Anderson Mori & Tomotsune with
extensive trial expertise. He specializes in international & domestic litigation,
commercial arbitration and other dispute resolution procedures. Mr. Furuta
represents Japanese and foreign companies in all kinds of business disputes, both
in Japan and overseas, involving sales of goods, technology licensing, intellectual
property infringement (patent, copyright, trademark, know-how and unfair
products and other business transactions. Among the many court cases that he
has litigated, more than 30 cases have been published in the case reports of the
Japanese courts.
In addition to his professional experience at Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Mr.
Furuta serves as a professor of law at the University of Tokyo (2013 to present),
where he teaches various courses, such as International Dispute Resolution, the
Supreme Court Civil Case Review, RW&D (Research, Writing & Drafting), Legal
Ethics and Civil Mock Trial. He has also taught classes and seminars on commercial
transactions, civil procedure, international litigation, commercial arbitration and
other courses as a professor of law at Seikei University (2003 to 2011), and as
an adjunct lecturer at Rikkyo University (2000 to 2008), Keio University (2008 to
2009) and Tsukuba University (2008 to 2009).

Itochu Corporation
Claire received her B.A. (cum laude) from Smith College and her J.D. from Cornell

She has received several recognitions such as a Young Global Leader (World
Economic Forum), Yale World Fellow (Yale University), Asia 21 Fellow (Asia
Society), U.S. Japan Leadership Fellow (U.S.-Japan Foundation), Top 25 In(Financial Times). She is a member of Cornell Law Schools advisory board.
Haig Oghigian, Partner, Head of Disputes Practice, Tokyo, K&L Gates

arbitration, international trade and investment, and ADR. He is also an Australian


Government Nominee as a panelist for the WTO and has acted as a panelist. He is
a Fellow of ACICA and is on the HKIAC, ICDR, KLRCA and SIAC arbitration panels.
Jeff Waincymer is also a Professor at the Faculty of Law, Monash University,
is the sole author of Procedure and Evidence in International Arbitration (Kluwer)
and WTO Litigation: Procedural Aspects of Formal Dispute Settlement (Cameron
May), and a joint author of A Guide to the New UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules
(Cambridge University Press) and A Practical Guide to International Commercial
Arbitration (Oceana).
Zachary Sharpe, In-house lawyer, Hyundai Heavy Industries CO.Ltd
Zachary Sharpe is an in-house lawyer at Hyundai Heavy Industries where he manages
a number of international arbitration and dispute-related matters connected with
the shipbuilding, offshore and construction industries. Prior to joining Hyundai
Heavy Industries, he spent several years working as a senior foreign attorney at
trade disputes. Zac is a member of the International Advisory Committee to the
Korean Commercial Arbitration Board and their Panel of Arbitrators. For many
years, he has also coached the arbitration teams of the Judicial Research and
Training Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea. He is admitted to practice law
in New York.
Ruth Stackpool-Moore, Managing Counsel, HKIAC
the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC). She oversees the
administration of arbitrations and other forms of dispute resolution proceedings
at the HKIAC and works to promote the use of Hong Kong arbitration and other
forms of dispute resolution worldwide. Prior to joining the HKIAC, Ruth worked
range of proceedings including international commercial arbitrations conducted
under the ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, ICDR, VIAC and WIPO rules of arbitration as well
as associated national court proceedings in civil and common law jurisdictions.
She also provided advice regarding the formulation and drafting of arbitration
and dispute resolution clauses in commercial contracts, including multi-party and
multi-contract situations. Ruth graduated from the University of Sydney with a
Bachelor of Economics (Social Science) in 2001 and a Bachelor of Laws (First Class
Hons) in 2005. She was admitted as solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South
of Wales and High Court of Australia in 2006 and in England and Wales in 2010.

Haig Oghigian, F.C.I.Arb, is a partner and heads up the disputes practice with

has acted as counsel, arbitrator and mediator in a variety of Alternative Dispute


Resolution (ADR) related issues. He has appeared both as counsel and arbitrator
before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Japan Commercial
Arbitration Association (JCAA), the American Arbitration Association (ICDR) as
well as many other arbitral institutions. As a commercial lawyer, he has extensive
experience in assisting clients in the pharmaceutical and life sciences sectors
with regard to a broad spectrum of matters. He is a former diplomat with the
Government of Canada and spent six years with the embassy in Tokyo after a
secondment with the U.S. State Departments Foreign Service Institutes intensive
Japanese language program in Yokohama. He returned to private practice in
1991 and has lived and worked in Japan for over twenty years. He continues to
maintain a strong network of both private and public sector contacts in Japan. As
a former diplomat with the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, he also assists clients with
regulatory and government relations issues.
Sitesh Mukherjee, Partner, Dispute Resolution, Trilegal
Sitesh is experienced in handling a wide variety of disputes in various high courts
and tribunals in India. He is goal oriented and handles the matters in a tactful
and strategic manner resulting in quick disposal of disputes and maintains a
regulatory practice. He regularly advises businesses on emerging regulatory
issues in the energy and infrastructure space. Sitesh has worked with some of the
industry leaders such as British Gas, Tata Power, Lanco, Larsen and Toubro, AES,
China Light and Power, Mumbai International Airport.
Sitesh has advised clients on intricate corporate commercial dispute situations,
including arbitrations. Some of the major clients he has represented include
Citadel Equity Funds, Chemtura Corporation, Noble Group, Thomson Reuters,
Campari, Telenor, DE Shaw.
Sitesh joined the bar in 1993, after completing his Bachelor of Laws from Delhi
University. He is a member of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Delhi High
Court Bar Association, American Bar Association; and a member of the executive

SPEAKER PROFILES

Byung-Chol (B.C.) Yoon, Secretary General, Seoul International Dispute


Resolution Center
International Arbitration Cross-Border Litigation Group. Mr. Yoon has extensive
experience in arbitration both within and outside of Korea. He has represented
overseas investments, technical licensing, construction and joint venture in more
than 150 arbitration cases in various jurisdictions, under the rules of the ICC,
LCIA, ICDR, SIAC, LMAA, JCAA and KCAB, as well as ad-hoc arbitrations.
He was appointed as a court member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration
after serving as a board member of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre
(SIAC) from 2009. He serves on arbitration panels for the ICSID, SIAC (on the
Emergency Arbitrator Panel as well), CIETAC, ICDR and KCAB. In addition to his
he is the chairman of the Korean Council for International Arbitration(KOCIA),
playing a key role in introducing the KCABs International Arbitration Rules. At
the same time, he is serving as the Secretary General of the Seoul International
Dispute Resolution Center (Seoul IDRC) established by Korean Bar Association
under the support of Seoul City Government and the Ministry of Justice.
Mr. Yoon is consistently ranked in the top tier as a star individual or leading
individual for commercial arbitration and litigation by various notable legal
Whos Who. He frequently speaks on international arbitration issues and also has

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