21 October 2019 | 17:00 - 19:30
Meg will discuss the rule of law in China and how its features influence companies on Belt and Road Projects. With her first-hand experience of having litigated and arbitrated in China, the lecture promises to be nothing short of thought-provoking and insightful.
About our speaker
Meg Utterback, King & Wood Mallesons, has represented US, European and Chinese companies in high profile arbitrations at the ICC, CIETAC, HKIAC and ICA and in litigation throughout China. Meg has seen the Chinese legal system change from her days as a law student at China People’s University in Beijing in 1985 to her current work as a litigator in one of China’s largest law firms and the first Chinese firm to expand internationally.
5.00 pm Welcome
5.30 pm Lecture
6.30 pm Reception
Attendance is free, but registration is required. Closer to the event, Harbour will confirm your place by separate email. Please note they may have to operate a waiting list in case the event is oversubscribed.
5/F Champion Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central