(Mis)Conceptions About Singapore Shipping and International Trade Law Highlight

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We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Singapore Academy of Law for arranging today’s webinar regarding “(Mis)conceptions about Singapore Shipping and International Trade Law”. Our Senior Partner, Tony Budidjaja, acted as one of the speakers and presented a topic on Maritime and International Trade Arbitration in Singapore from Indonesia’s Perspective. The webinar is also attended by Corina Song (Partner of Allen & Gledhill LLP), Magdalene Chew (Director of AsiaLegal LLC), Erik Widjaja (Partner of Allen & Gledhill LLP), Kelvin Teo (Director of Drew & Napier LLC) and Erie Hotman Tobing (Partner of Soemadipradja & Taher).

The discussion covered Singapore’s rigid and evolving maritime and international trade law which is also supported by its well-developed maritime ecosystem, including the presence of arbitration institution: Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration (SCMA) as the forum to resolve the disputes arising from these industries.

The discussion also addressed on how SCMA could serve as a great option for maritime and international trade’s practitioners to further secure its business transaction by having inter alia specialist and multi-jurisdictional arbitrators who could respond to the specific needs unique to maritime and international trade industries.

Should you have any inquiries or questions, please do not hesitate to let us know and send us an email at cr@budidjaja.law.

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