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The Impact of Technology on International Arbitration
By Latham & Watkins
16 October 2017
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Latham & Watkins (18/F One Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong)

Advances in technology are impacting the conduct and security of international arbitration. Our seminar will discuss the intersection of international arbitration and technology, focusing on cybersecurity issues and disruptive technologies.

Our panelists will consider both the positive and the dark side of advances in technology; how evolving technologies can be used to enhance the resolution of international disputes and deal with new types of dispute, but also to compromise security, particularly where parties are unaware of the risks.

This seminar forms part of the Hong Kong Arbitration Week 2017 during mid-October, which gathers users and practitioners across the globe to Hong Kong to exchange insights on the changing landscape of international arbitration.

Andrew Aglionby, Arbitrator, Arbitration Chambers Hong Kong
Chi Chen, Forensic Technology Partner, Ernst & Young
Philip Clifford, Partner, Latham & Watkins
Benny Lo, Barrister & Arbitrator, Des Voeux Chambers
Hon Ng, Head of Transactions, Asia Pacific, Uber
Simon Powell, Partner, Latham & Watkins
Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Partner, Latham & Watkins
Ing Loong Yang, Partner, Latham & Watkins

Event format
Time Program
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Registration and lunch
12:30 pm – 12:35 pm Welcome remarks by Ing Loong Yang
12:35 pm – 12:55 pm First panel discussion on cyber security and arbitration (Andrew Aglionby and Chi Chen plus Philip Clifford moderating)
12:55 pm – 01:00 pm Q&A
01:00 pm – 01:20 pm Second panel discussion on disruptive technology and arbitration (Benny Lo and Hon Ng plus Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert moderating)
01:20 pm – 01:25 pm Q&A
01:25 pm – 01:30 pm Concluding remarks by Simon Powell

Terms & Conditions
  1. Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of registration via email.
  2. The Seminar programme is subject to changes at any time without prior notice.
  3. The Seminar is subject to be cancelled if a No. 8 typhoon signal or above is hoisted or the Black Storm warning is raised three hours prior to start of the Event. A reminder email will be sent to all delegates on the day should the conference be cancelled.