ICC Court visits ICC Korea: Navigating DRS Toward Another Centenary

10 May 2022

Online English
08:00 (CEST) | 15:00 (KST)

Join us for this webinar to hear from the President and members of the ICC International Court of Arbitration as well as members of the Korean Council of International Arbitration (KOCIA) and learn how the ICC Court provides customized services to resolve disputes of all shapes, sizes and circumstances.

This event provides the opportunity to hear directly from Claudia Salomon, the first woman President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, and panel members of the ICC Court, KOCIA and in-house counsel, about wider choices for resolving various disputes through ICC Dispute Resolution Services (“DRS”). This event will explain how the ICC DRS are not limited to high stake and large size arbitrations, as usually perceived by the Korean businesses, but actually can provide customized dispute resolution services for disputes of all shapes, sizes and circumstances. In-house counsel, contract team members and other members of Korean companies, practicing lawyers, and law students should attend.

*Seoul Time Zone

15:00-15:03

Event outline

  • Beomsu Kim, Managing partner, KL Partners, Seoul; Former president, KOCIA, Seoul; Member (2015-2021), ICC International Court of Arbitration

15:03-15:10

Opening remarks

  • Taehee Woo, Vice Chair, ICC Korea, Seoul
  • Alexander G. Fessas, Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration; Director, Dispute Resolution Services

15:10-15:25

Keynote Speech

  • Claudia Salomon, President, ICC International Court of Arbitration

15:25-16:25

Panel discussion, Q&A

Moderator:
  • Joongi Kim, Professor, Yonsei University, Seoul; President of KOCIA, Seoul; Alternate Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration
Panelists
  • Yun Jae Baek, Partner, Yulchon, LLC, Seoul; Former Member of National Committee of Korea, Seoul
  • Myung-Ahn Kim, Foreign Attorney, Yoon & Yang, Seoul; Member, Executive Committee of KOCIA, Seoul
  • SongYi Son, Vice President, ABB Korea, Seoul; Chair, Arbitration Committee of Inhouse Counsel Forum, Seoul
  • Alan Lee, Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC, Seoul
  • Lauren Hong, Senior Legal Counsel, GS Engineering & Construction, Seoul
  • Claudia Salomon
  • Hazel Tang, Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration
  • Alexander G. Fessas

16:25-16:30

Closing remarks

  • Sae Youn Kim, Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; Senior Vice President, KOCIA, Seoul; Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Yun Jae Baek

Partner, Yulchon, LLC, Seoul; Former Member of National Committee of Korea, Seoul

Alexander Fessas

Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration; Director, Dispute Resolution Services

Lauren Hong

Senior Legal Counsel, GS E&C, Seoul

Beomsu Kim

Managing Partner, KL Partners, Seoul; Former president, KOCIA, Seoul; Member (2015-2021), ICC International Court of Arbitration

Joongi Kim

Professor, Yonsei University, Seoul; President of KOCIA, Seoul; Alternate Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Myung-Ahn Kim

Foreign Attorney, Yoon & Yang, Seoul; Member, Executive Committee of KOCIA, Seoul

Sae Youn Kim

Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; Senior Vice President, KOCIA, Seoul; Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Alan Lee

Attorney, Bae, Kim & Lee LLC, Seoul

Lauren Hong

Senior Legal Counsel, GS Engineering & Construction, Seoul

Claudia Salomon

President, ICC International Court of Arbitration

SongYi Son

Vice President, ABB Korea, Seoul; Chair, Arbitration Committee of Inhouse Counsel Forum, Seoul

Hazel Tang

Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Taehee Woo

Vice Chair, ICC Korea, Seoul

Date and venue

10 May 2022

Online

Working language English
Registration

Free of charge

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Registration in KOREAN.

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Saeyoun Kim

Member, ICC International Court of Arbitration

Organiser

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KOCIA
ICC Korea