Thailand & SE Asia: 5th International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit

  • Bangkok Local Time
     March 14, 2024
     9:15 am - 5:00 pm

This will be conducted in English and according to Thailand local time. 

The Thailand & SE Asia: 5th  International Arbitration & Corporate Crime Summit will be coming to Bangkok once again. The event is scheduled on Thursday 14 March 2024 at Rembrandt Hotel & Suites Bangkok.

We are delighted to have a group of local and international speakers at the summit whom will be presenting on various topics in relations to arbitration and corporate crime.  They will share the upcoming trends and provide updates to assist businesses to avoid arbitration, crypto disputes and corporate crime that can affect companies.  In addition, they will provide handy tips to prevent any issues that may arise and where to seek assistance if required.  Topics to be discussed will cover areas such as Mediation and Arbitration; Shareholders Disputes; Technology Disputes, Asset Tracing, Crypto Disputes and many more.  For more information, please refer to the flyer. Download

Join us for an interactive day and gather with fellow legal professionals within the region.  It will be an excellent opportunity to ask questions to legal household names, network and create business opportunities as well as make some new friends! 

Registration is now open.  We are offering complimentary pass to in-house legal professional (non law/consulting firm only) and discounted rate iis also available for law / consulting firms.  For more information, please refer to the registration below. 

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  • Welcome Message by Chairman & Brief Global Arbitration Overview
    Scott Warren, National Partner, Tokyo/Shanghai, Squire Patton Boggs; Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace
  • Opening Address from Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC)
    Machimdhorn Khampiranont, Acting Managing Director, Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC)
  • Keynote Session: Is Arbitration the Preferred Choice for Technology Related Disputes — Asia Focus
    Charlie Manzoni KC, SC, 39 Essex Chambers
  • 1st Grand Panel: Mediation V Arbitration — Different Industries Different Options
    Moderator: Dr Cameron Ford, Independent Arbitrator
    • Dr. Vanina Sucharitkul, Chair, CiARB Thailand Branch
    • Dawn Tan, Managing Director, ADTLaw LLC
    • Huey Miin Ooi, Partner, Raja, Darryl & Loh
  • Trends in M&A Disputes in 2024
    Calvin Qiu, Director, BRG
  • IP Disputes & Enforcement
    • Jessica Sangiumpun, Assistant Director (Thailand) & Senior Associate, S&O IP
    • Warisara Salangam, Senior Associate, S&O IP

  • 2nd Grand Panel: Energy Transition — Disputes, ESG, Regulatory & Compliance
    Moderator: Shaun Pereira, Counsel, Three Crowns
    • Dutsadee Dutsadeepanich, Partner, ABER Group
    • Franklin Chan, Deputy General Manager, ECO Orient Energy (Thailand) Limited
    • Steven Burkill, Head of Asia Dispute Resolution Group, Watson Farley & Williams
  • 3rd Grand Panel: Dispute Avoidance, Crisis Management & Being Prepared for Trial — Cross Examination Techniques and Tips
    Moderator: Charlie Manzoni KC, SC, 39 Essex Chambers
    • Sameet Ghambir, Vice President (Corp. Law) & Company Secretary, DCM Shriram Ltd
    • Anuwat Ngamprasertkul, Arbitrator, Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC); Founding Partner, IAS Advisory
    • Dawn Tan, Managing Director, ADTLaw LLC
  • Is Cryptocurrency Considered Property? What Are the Jurisdictions That May Well Be Receptive
    Gerard Quek, Deputy Managing Partner, PDLegal LLC
  • Everything, Everywhere, All the Time: How Digital Data Regulations Affect Everything from Cross-Border Investigations, Disputes, Data Breach Response and AI
    Scott Warren, National Partner, Tokyo/Shanghai, Squire Patton Boggs; Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace
  • 4th Grand Panel: Investigations: FCPA in 2024, Anti-Bribery & Compliance — Corporate Safety In Challenging Times
    Moderator: Eddie Chuah , Partner, Wong & Partners
    • Jeremy Pereira, Senior Associate, Withers KhattarWong LLP
    • Anita Natalia, Independent Arbitrator
    • John Frangos, Partner and Director, Dispute Resolution, Tilleke & Gibbins


Scott Warren, Chairman
National Partner, Tokyo/Shanghai, Squire Patton Boggs; Secretary, Executive Board, The Society for The Policing of Cyberspace
Scott Warren is a partner in our Tokyo and Shanghai offices, specializing in cybersecurity, data privacy and digital data disclosures in Asia and the Middle East. He also has significant experience in compliance, intellectual property (IP), litigation, dispute resolution, and government regulatory and internal investigations. Scott started his career as a civil litigator in California. He moved to Japan in 1993, where he has lived since. He served seven years as general counsel at Sega Corporation and six years as a senior attorney at Microsoft. He serves on the executive board of The Society for the Policing of Cyberspace, a nonprofit organization. He headed Kroll in Japan and Kroll Ontrack across Asia, and later opened Epiq Systems in Japan, providing IP protection, computer forensics and e-discovery solutions. Scott is a California-licensed lawyer and a licensed foreign lawyer in Japan. He is a Certified International Counter-Cyber Crime Professional and certified as a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). Since 2004, he has served on the Society for the Policing of Cyberspace, a non-profit organization dedicated to working with its global members towards a more secure Internet. He serves at the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, where he was awarded Leader of the Year for 2020, as Co-Chair of the Legal Services & Intellectual Property Committee; Vice-Chair of the Secure Digital Infrastructure Committee; Vice-Chair of the Information, Communication and Technology Committee; and Vice Chair of the Digital Forum.
Machimdhorn Khampiranont, Opening Address
Acting Managing Director, Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC)
Following her impressive career in law, Miss Machimdhorn Khampiranont now serves as an Acting Managing Director to the Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC), the new Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Center set up to promote and provide neutral and independent alternative dispute resolution services that comply with international standards. Prior to hold this position, Machimdhorn was a Deputy Managing Director and Acting of Arbitration and Mediation Director at THAC. She was appointed as the THAC Registrar. Machimdhorn also advised counsels in a considerable number of Arbitration cases and proceedings administered under THAC. Machimdhorn has developed and executed THAC strategies as well as promoted and strengthened the alternative dispute resolution system and services in Thailand to ensure that THAC will become the leading Alternative Dispute Resolution Center in Asia. Before joining THAC, from 2006-2018, Machimdhorn was a Legal Office Head at Easy Buy Public Company Limited where she advised the company and Executive Board on various legal matters, especially in commercial issues. During this time, she was also in charge of several company’s litigation cases under court proceedings and represented the company in the civil litigation.
Charlie Manzoni KC, SC, Keynote Speaker & Moderator - 3rd Grand Panel
39 Essex Chambers
Charlie Manzoni KC, SC - As a qualified Mechanical and Electrical Engineer, Charles worked in the international development department of a multi-national blue chip industrial company for five years before qualifying as a lawyer and entering private practice. Charles’s work involves mainly international litigation, arbitration and mediation across a broad spectrum of commercial work. He acts as counsel in the High Courts of London and Hong Kong, in international and domestic arbitrations, acts as a mediator and conciliator in cross border disputes and regularly sits as a sole arbitrator or as part of a three man tribunal. He has an expanding Sports law practice, and sits as an arbitrator with the Court of Arbitration for Sport. He was appointed QC in London in 2009 and SC in Hong Kong in 2012. Arbitration and mediation lists: CIARB, HKIAC, HKMC, BAC, ICC, LCIA, KLRAC, ICC, DIAC, CEDR, APRAG, SIAC, CAS
Dr Cameron Ford, Moderator - 1st Grand Panel
Independent Arbitrator
Dr Cameron Ford is an independent arbitrator, counsel and mediator practising from Singapore. He holds a PhD on the topic Towards a Transnational Standard for Security for Costs in International Commercial Arbitration, and is a Specialist Mediator with the Singapore International Mediation Centre. Cameron is on the arbitration panels of SIAC, HKIAC, KCAB, CIETAC and BAC and has conducted numerous commercial and investor-state arbitrations as counsel and as arbitrator under various institutional rules including SIAC, ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL. Cameron was most recently a partner in the international dispute resolution group of Squire Patton Boggs, based in Singapore. He has spent about a decade as in-house counsel with National Australia Bank, Downer Group and Rio Tinto, managing large commercial and investor-state disputes. From that experience he gained a deeper appreciation of the commercial imperatives operating on businesses and their desire for efficient disposition of disputes.
Shaun Pereira, Moderator - 2nd Grand Panel
Counsel, Three Crowns
Shaun has advised and represented States, State-owned entities and multinational corporations in disputes subject to arbitration under the ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, CIETAC and AAA-ICDR rules in proceedings across the energy, infrastructure, and financial services sectors. Shaun is recognized in Chambers Asia Pacific and The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, in which clients describe him as having “a brilliant mind capable of grasping complex new concepts”, of being skilled at “grasping the technical fine points”, and as being “well versed in the complexities of construction disputes”. He teaches as Adjunct Faculty at the Singapore Management University and has published on international arbitration in leading journals, including the Journal of International Arbitration, the Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, and the Civil Justice Quarterly. Shaun previously served in a judicial capacity as a magistrate and assistant registrar in the High Court of Singapore and the Singapore International Commercial Court. Before that, he clerked for the Chief Justice and Justices of the Supreme Court of Singapore.
Eddie Chuah, Moderator — 4th Grand Panel
Partner, Wong & Partners
Eddie Chuah is a partner with the Dispute Resolution Practice Group and focuses on compliance matters, in particular, anti-corruption investigation, government procurement, audit and prevention. He is highly regarded for his ability to strategise and implement legal solutions to assist clients in achieving successful outcomes. He was recently ranked as a Leading Individual for Labour & Employment and a client testimonial noted that ‘Not only is Eddie Chuah a very capable and responsive lawyer when it comes questions on disputes, he also plays the role of the go-to interface for the business side of things brilliantly.’ by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2023. He was also named “Future Star” for Dispute Resolution by Benchmark Litigation Asia Pacific 2018 to 2022. In Asialaw Profiles 2019, clients praised Eddie as a “Professional, subject matter expert”. He regularly advise and assist domestic and multinational corporations on a broad range of risk-related issues in compliance with both local and foreign authorities. He has assisted and represented major corporations on external investigations by the Department of Justice and Securities Exchange Commission, the United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office, Singapore Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau as well as the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Agency. He has also advised relevant stakeholders on the legal remedies upon discovery of fraud or corruption. Due to the nature of his compliance work, Eddie represents major corporations in pursuing claims against ex-senior management for losses and fraud committed on the company. He has also successfully defended many major corporations for claims by ex-senior management for wrongful dismissal and regularly appears in the Industrial Court.
Gerard Quek
Deputy Managing Partner, PDLegal LLC
Gerard’s main areas of practice include fraud and asset recovery (including crypto assets), commercial disputes, financial services law and regulation. Gerard assist clients with international trade and cross border matters, particularly matters in China, Malaysia and Thailand. More relevantly, Gerard was lead counsel, in the first-of-its-kind decision in the commonwealth, where the High Court of Singapore held in the case of ByBit Fintech Limited V Ho Kai Xin & Ors. [2023] SGHC 199, that crypto assets can be held on trust and were choses in action, capable of being enforced in Court (i.e crypto assets are in fact property). Other notable crypto matters Gerard has been involved in include: 1. Acting for a creditor in the case of Re Hodlnaut Pte Ltd [2022] SGHC 209. 2. Advisory work pertaining to the liquidation of various cryptocurrency exchanges and entities. 3. Advisory and litigation work pertaining to cryptocurrency disputes. Gerard has also co-authored the following: 1. An article in the Singapore law Gazette, titled “Navigating the Labyrinth: Cryptocurrency Enforcement”, where the article discusses how courts have dealt with the novel issues posed by cryptocurrencies in fraud investigations and recovery. 2. The annotations of three statutes, namely the Hire-Purchase Act, the Sale of Goods (United Nations Convention) Act and Terrorism (Suppression of Financing) Act. These annotations have been published under the Annotated Laws of Singapore by LexisNexis Singapore. In 2021, Gerard was recognised by Asian Legal Business as one of Asia’s 40 Under 40 Lawyers. The aforesaid list featured the region’s best lawyers under the age of 40. More Recently, Gerard was recognised as Future Star (in the “Commercial and Transactions” category) by Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific 2023.
Julian Cohen
Arbitrator & Barrister, Resolution Chambers International
Julian has 30 years of specialist experience of heavyweight international, and domestic, disputes. Sums in dispute in his cases vary from small to in excess of USD 2 billion. In addition to acting as counsel, he also regularly sits as an arbitrator. Julian has over 10 years’ experience in the MENA region, including 2 years based full time in Dubai, and an ongoing long-term commitment to the region. Julian has been involved in projects and disputes in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Oman, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Benin, Sierra Leone and Mali. Julian was called to the Bar in England & Wales in 1990. He was with Pinsent Masons’ Construction Disputes practice in London and Hong Kong from 1993 to 2009. He left Pinsent Masons as a partner in 2009, and was called to the Bar in Hong Kong in 2010. Julian is particularly well known for his heavy weight practice in relation to the Construction and Engineering sectors, the Energy, Oil and Gas sectors and International and domestic arbitrations.
Jessica Sangiumpun
Assistant Director (Thailand) & Senior Associate, S&O IP
Jessica is an Assistant Director of Thailand and Senior Associate at S&O IP Thailand, with a base in Bangkok. Jessica holds a significant role in the company's operations and business development efforts. She joined S&O IP – Thailand in 2017. Her primary focus lies in overseeing all aspects of IPR protection, includes filing trademark applications, renewals, and advising on trademark. Jessica tackles complex technical matters with finesse, providing guidance and advice on targeted strategies to clients seeking to safeguard their intellectual property rights. Jessica's passion for intellectual property law began during her academic years. She pursued a Bachelor of Law degree at the prestigious University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. This educational foundation provided her with a solid understanding of legal principles and equipped her with the necessary knowledge to excel in her field.
Warisara Salangam
Senior Associate, S&O IP
Warisara Salangam is a Senior Associate at S&O IP in Thailand, with a base in Bangkok. She joined S&O IP in early 2021, and has more than 6 years’ experience in advising both international and local clients on a broad range of IP and trademark-related matters. She advises on IP matters in Thailand, across Southeast Asia, and in Western business hubs given her in-depth understanding of the Madrid Protocol, and IP-related legislation and business practices across Asia. Warisara’s work includes representing clients on, trademark searches and applications, assignments, renewals, reviews, oppositions, cancellations, appeals, recordal of copyrights, and on cease and desist matters. She graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree from Thammasat University.
Dawn Tan
Managing Director, ADTLaw LLC
Dawn Tan is the founder of established commercial firm ADTLaw LLC, which is in a joint venture with international firm Ashurst LLP through Ashurst ADTLaw. She is an experienced disputes lawyer and has represented clients in complex commercial disputes before all levels of the Singapore Courts. She has been appointed as arbitrator and acted as lead counsel in international arbitrations, and also has a significant strategic advisory practice. Dawn graduated from the National University of Singapore Law School with a Bachelor of Laws Degree (First Class Honours), and again achieved academic distinction at the Harvard Law School. She is qualified in Singapore, New York State and England & Wales. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Outside practice, she is Chairwoman of the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce and a Council member of Singapore’s apex business association, the Singapore Business Federation. She has published papers on a range of subjects including the use of Singapore law in cross-border commercial transactions.
John Frangos
Partner and Director, Dispute Resolution, Tilleke & Gibbins
John Frangos is a partner and director of Tilleke & Gibbins’ dispute resolution and litigation group. Based in Bangkok, he works with clients and the firm’s disputes team on complex cases across Southeast Asia. He is especially active in leading the firm’s aviation practice as well as its compliance and investigations practice. On the basis of his expertise in the aviation industry, coupled with his exceptional client service, John is ranked as a leading aviation and transport practitioner by Chambers Asia-Pacific, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, and Asialaw Profiles. Clients have described him as “absolutely one of the best aviation lawyers in Thailand,” and as “super responsive, incredibly knowledgeable, and really focused on getting the best outcome as quickly as possible” (Chambers Asia-Pacific 2021). With many years’ experience in Thailand and Vietnam, John brings strong knowledge of local business practices and customs. He also has a deep understanding of the region’s political and economic landscapes, which shape the legal environment that businesses must navigate. John serves as the Thailand chapter head for the New York State Bar Association and a committee leader for the Aerospace Council of the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand. He was previously a commissioner on the Anti-Corruption Commission for the Thailand chapter of the International Chamber of Commerce. In that capacity, he assisted the Thai government by providing his expertise and comments on its anticorruption laws. John has also worked with the Vietnamese government to propose amendments to regulations on aircraft registration and repossession.
Jeremy Pereira
Senior Associate, Withers KhattarWong LLP
Jeremy Pereira specialises in criminal law, with a focus on white collar / financial crime and investigations. He has been recognised by The Legal 500 as a key lawyer often engaged in internal investigations for both corporates and individuals; and has been named by Singapore Business Review as one of Singapore's most influential lawyers under 40. He has considerable experience leading cases which involve cheating; invoice financing fraud; domestic and cross-border corruption; ship-bunkering offences; casino crime; remote gambling offences; money-laundering; confiscation of proceeds of crime, and various offences under the Securities and Futures Act. In pre-emptive instances, he has been engaged to advise on compliance with local laws or to investigate into suspected wrongdoings. On many other occasions, he defends individuals and organisations accused of committing crimes. He is equally competent in the defence of blue-collar offences encompassing harm caused to property and persons, substance abuse, sexual misconduct, violent crimes, and strives for the best attainable outcome in all matters. Jeremy is also on the Supreme Court's list of assigned lawyers for capital cases and has been involved in a number of murder and drug trials and appeals. He has also acted for clients in the Military Courts and before various Disciplinary Tribunals. He is passionate about educating others in the law and devotes part of his time to teaching criminal law at the Singapore University of Social Sciences, and Military Law at the Officer Cadet School at SAFTI.
Steven Burkill
Head of Asia Dispute Resolution Group, Watson Farley & Williams
Steven Burkill is head of Watson Farley & Williams’ Bangkok office and Asia Dispute Resolution Group. Steven specialises in complex international disputes, in particular, London and Asia-based arbitrations involving oil and gas, power and large-scale projects and specifically renewable energy disputes. He is also highly experienced in shipping litigation. He has used this know-how on commercial projects to help avoid disputes and manage risk. Steven has sat as an arbitrator (sole and co-arbitrator and Chair) in ICC, SIAC, TAI and ad hoc arbitrations. This includes English Law and Thai Law in particular but also under the Laws of other countries. He is recognised as a leading international arbitration expert in Thailand by legal directories Legal 500 Asia Pacific and Chambers Asia Pacific.
Calvin Qiu
Director, BRG
Calvin Qiu is a director in BRG’s disputes and arbitration practice and divides his time between Singapore and Hong Kong. An economist by training, Calvin applies analytical methods in finance and economics to conduct business and asset valuations and assessment of damages in cross-border disputes. He is well-versed in statistics and econometrics and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. Calvin primarily works on Asia-Pacific–related arbitration and court litigation matters across sectors such as financial services, technology, power and infrastructure, manufacturing and real estate. He has particular expertise in M&A disputes and is an acknowledged thought leader on the subject. Calvin has been involved in arbitrations pursuant to SIAC, HKIAC, KCAB, LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL rules, as well as litigation cases in the Singapore, Hong Kong, UK, US and offshore courts.
Dr. Vanina Sucharitkul
Chair, CIArb Thailand Branch
Dr. Vanina Sucharitkul, FCIArb is a Foreign Counsel at Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP and R&T Asia (Thailand) Limited. Atop being a specialist in international arbitration, Vanina regularly advises clients on a diverse range of cross-border disputes involving commercial contracts, corporate investigations and anti-corruption, joint ventures, insurance and reinsurance, oil and gas, construction and infrastructure, and investment treaty arbitration. Vanina has acted as counsel and advocate in proceedings spanning multiple jurisdictions under the auspices of institutions including the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC), the Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC), the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the Thailand Arbitration Institute (TAI). She also sits as arbitrator in cases under the Rules of the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (SCIA), the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC), ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, and TAI. Admitted to the California Bar and practiced at international law firms in San Francisco, Bangkok, Paris and Hong Kong, Vanina served for 9 years as a Court Member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, as Board Member of ArbitralWomen for 2 terms and is the co-founder of Young Thailand Arbitration Center (YTHAC) and currently the Chair of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrator (CIArb) Thailand Branch.
Dutsadee Dutsadeepanich
Partner, ABER Group
Dutsadee is a Partner at ABER Group with more than a decade of experience in the fields of international arbitration, cross-border litigation, and publicprivate partnership projects (PPPs). Her practice encompasses a wide range of complex commercial cases, construction disputes, energy conflicts, international investment disputes, transportation, infrastructure, public law and government relations matters. Dutsadee regularly represents local and multinational companies and has a strong track record in handling legal affairs and disputes for Thai state-owned entities. Dutsadee has also been appointed as an arbitrator in several domestic and international arbitration cases. Dutsadee sits on the Panel of Arbitrators of the Shanghai International Arbitration Center (SHIAC), the Beihai Asia International Arbitration Centre (BAIAC), the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC), the Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC), the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI) and is on the list of Arbitrators of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC). Dutsadee is also the International Chamber of Commerce Young Arbitration & ADR Forum (ICC YAAF) representative for South Asia. Dutsadee regularly shares her expertise as a visiting lecturer at various universities, where she teaches courses in energy law, international trade & investment law, and public law. She also engages in several legal research projects to develop legal systems for Thailand’s energy, infrastructure, and public-private partnerships laws, as well as by contributing articles and books for publications.
Franklin Chan
Deputy General Manager, ECO Orient Energy (Thailand) Limited
Franklin is a senior management executive in both traditional and new energy business. He has taken leading roles in many challenging projects in Hong Kong, Mainland of China and Thailand. Those projects include Oil Field Exploration and Production, Natural Gas Distribution, Coal Mines, and Coal-to-Methanol Plant. Specialties: Project management, Mechanical engineering, Supply chain management, Procurement, Contracting, Inventory control, Warehouse management, Gas engineering, Chemical Plant, Coal mine, Onshore Oil exploration and production.
Anuwat Ngamprasertkul
Arbitrator, Thailand Arbitration Centre (THAC); Founding Partner, IAS Advisory
Anuwat Ngamprasertkul, co-founder of IAS Advisory, is a legal professional specializing in litigation, arbitration, and legal advisory services. With almost two decades of experience, he also focuses on personal data privacy, white collar crime, shareholder disputes, and sustainable family business solutions. Anuwat’s expertise has earned him recognition as a ‘Litigation Star’ by Benchmark Litigation and as a longstanding Legal 500 recommended lawyer. He actively contributes to the legal community, serving on arbitration panels and advisory boards. Anuwat is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars, and he serves as a visiting lecturer at various Thai universities. He frequently appears on national television, simplifying legal matters for viewers.
Sameet Ghambir
Vice President (Corp. Law) & Company Secretary, DCM Shriram Ltd
Sameet Gambhir, FCS, LLB is a senior Corporate legal, compliance & risk management professional and Company Secretary with around 30 years of industry experience and is presently Vice President (Corp. Law) & Company Secretary of DCM Shriram LTD, New Delhi. He has also done a Leadership Effectiveness Programme from IIM- Bangalore. Sameet’s expertise includes Regulatory & Corporate legal matters, Corporate Governance & Compliances, Corporate restructuring, M&A, RBI & FEMA matters, SEBI Regulations, Risk management, IPR matters, brand protection, data privacy issues, due-diligence, and investigations ESG, Industrial & labour Laws, Contracts & Agreements, litigations. He also carries vast experience in Corporate Secretarial matters including handling Board meetings, Committee meetings and shareholders meetings. He is a regular speaker on various seminars / conferences / webinars and also guest lecturer / visiting faculty in some reputed Management / Law Institutes.
Anita Natalia
Independent Arbitrator
Anita is currently an Independent Arbitrator. She is a non-practising Barrister-at-Law called to the Bar of England and Wales. Anita is also admitted to the Malaysian Bar as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya. Anita is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Malaysian Institute of Arbitrator. She is empanelled as an arbitrator with the AIAC and a Regional Ambassador for Malaysia for HK45 under HKIAC. She has an active arbitration practice, and is multilingual. Anita was in practice for 12 years in among others, an international firm and the largest firm in Malaysia locally.
Huey Miin Ooi
Partner, Raja, Darryl & Loh
Huey Miin has practised civil and commercial dispute resolution in West Malaysia since 1999 and presently heads the Construction, Infrastructure and Energy Practice of Messrs. Raja, Darryl & Loh, a law firm based in Kuala Lumpur. Huey Miin also sits as an arbitrator and adjudicator, primarily in relation to construction disputes. He is a fellow, and the immediate past President, of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb) and a fellow, and ‘approved faculty list’ tutor and assessor, of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).

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