On 19 October 2016, Monica Feria–Tinta will be speaking on Energy Investment Arbitration at the Hong Kong Arbitration Week, on a panel entitled "Energy disputes – lessons learnt in Europe and opportunities facing the Chinese energy market", alongside Emmanuel Jacomy (Shearman & Sterling), Matthew Secomb (White & Case), Kristoffer Löf (Mannheimer Swartling Advokatbyrå), Kristin Campbell-Wilson (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce) and Huawei Sun (Zhong Lun Law Firm).
The session will introduce the European energy disputes landscape and address the opportunities and challenges currently facing the Chinese energy market. Can Europe help China benefit from its experience? What are the lessons to learn and what are the pitfalls to avoid? Will be just some of the questions the panel will address. The session has attracted nearly 100 attendees, including senior government counsels from the Department of Justice in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Arbitration Week attracts an ever-growing number of users and practitioners from every corner of the globe to the heart of Hong Kong to exchange insights on the changing landscape of international arbitration. For more information visit: http://hkaweek.hkiac.org/en/scc.php