10.00-10.15 Words of Welcome and Opening Address
Neil Kaplan QC, ICC Court Member, Hong Kong
10.15-11.00 11 years international mediation administered by ICC: Lessons learned, challenges and opportunities ahead
Hannah Tümpel, Manager, ICC Dispute Resolution Services, International Centre for ADR, France
11.00-11.15 Coffee Break
11.15-11.45 Preparing for Mediation – Perspectives from a Party to Mediation: How to get ready for an international mediation? Who and what needs to be involved?
Kelly Austin, Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, Hong Kong
11.45-13.00 Preparing for Mediation – Perspectives from External Counsel: How to prepare yourself and your client for a successful international mediation, Presentation and exercise in break-up groups
Michelle Sindler, Chief Executive Officer, Australian International Dispute Centre (AIDC), Australia
Breakup groups led by:
Geoff Sharp, Commercial Mediator, Clifton Chambers, New Zealand
13.00-14.15 Networking Lunch
14.15-14.45 Preparing for Mediation – Perspectives from the Mediator: Which international mediations work well?
14.45-15.30 How do the ICC ADR Rules and the administrative process actually work? (Filing of a Request, filing of an answer, finding the right mediator, supervision of the process, fixing the costs etc) and what value can an institution add?
Joseph Tirado, Global Co-Head, International Arbitration, Winston & Strawn LLP, UK
Moderated by: Hannah Tümpel
15.30-15.45 Coffee Break
15.45-16.30 Current trends and developments:
- The use of experts in international mediation: Added value
or Over-burdening the process?
- No regrets the morning after: Ensuring confidentiality and
- How can ICC mediation be combined with ICC arbitration?
Colin Wall, Managing Director, Commercial, Mediation & Arbitration Services Ltd & Global Mediation Services Ltd, Hong Kong
Cameron Hassall, Partner, Clifford Chance, Hong Kong
Moderated by: Kim Kit Ow, Director, ICC Arbitration & ADR, Singapore
16.45-17.00 Closing Remarks
Kim Rooney, Arbitrator & Barrister, Gilt Chambers, Hong Kong