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Re-imagining the Dispute Resolution Process in Cross-border Restructuring Practice

Cross-border restructuring practice is evolving rapidly. As business structures become more complex and   commercial relationships more global, there is a need to evaluate the efficacy of traditional approaches to the management and resolution of insolvency disputes. What are the opportunities for the insolvency community (businesses, lenders, legal professionals, courts and regulators) to design and adopt innovative new ways of approaching the dispute resolution process? What are the opportunities for legal practitioners to offer project management and insolvency mediation to their clients to facilitate the creation of restructuring plans in cross-border insolvency disputes? In this landscape, what is the role of planning courts and synthetic insolvency proceedings? In this lecture delivered by Judge James Michael Peck, the current trends and developments in these areas will be explained and discussed with a focus on how Singapore is positioned to play a leadership role in bringing about the changes needed.

 

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CPD Points: 1.5

Venue: Supreme Court Auditorium, Basement 2, Supreme Court Building, 1 Supreme Court Lane (178879)

Event Date: 01 April 2019 (3.30pm - 7.00pm)


Online registration is now closed. For enquiries, please call Tel: (65) 6332 4388 or email [email protected]

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Cross-border restructuring practice is evolving rapidly. As business structures become more complex and   commercial relationships more global, there is a need to evaluate the efficacy of traditional approaches to the management and resolution of insolvency disputes. What are the opportunities for the insolvency community (businesses, lenders, legal professionals, courts and regulators) to design and adopt innovative new ways of approaching the dispute resolution process? What are the opportunities for legal practitioners to offer project management and insolvency mediation to their clients to facilitate the creation of restructuring plans in cross-border insolvency disputes? In this landscape, what is the role of planning courts and synthetic insolvency proceedings? In this lecture delivered by Judge James Michael Peck, the current trends and developments in these areas will be explained and discussed with a focus on how Singapore is positioned to play a leadership role in bringing about the changes needed.

 

Click here for brochure. 

 

 

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