This Forum will cover what every practitioner needs to know in cross-border deals. International transactions have unique features, and the differences between Western and Asian cultures draw even more complexities. Leading experts will provide a road map and cutting- edge strategies to navigate the minefields of negotiating, structuring, and completing a deal, as well as resolving disputes that can obstruct a deal. They will also provide insights into the latest national security hurdles to foreign investment and cross-border transactions. The Forum will take place during Hong Kong Arbitration Week, a "Must Attend" event for arbitration practitioners in Asia and around the world.
Why this conference is important
This Forum is a “must” for any lawyer involved in international business! In times fraught with strained trade and other international relations issues, the challenges of cross-border transactions have mushroomed. Experts from around the world will provide a road- map and cutting edge strategies to navigate the minefields of negotiating, structuring, and completing a deal or resolving disputes that obstructed a deal, as well as provide insights into the latest national security hurdles to foreign investment and cross-border deals.
Forum participants can take advantage of the Hong Kong Arbitration Week’s preferential rate at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Overlooking Victoria Harbour and just steps from the Star Ferry, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong sits at the harbour’s edge as part of the prestigious IFC complex of office, retail and entertainment space. At the hub of the city’s efficient transportation network, it offers unequalled access to business, shopping and tourists attractions.
A limited number of rooms are reserved for Hong Kong Arbitration Week participants at the Four Seasons Hotel from October 20-25, 2019 until August 12: Deluxe Harbour View Room at HK$3,000 per night plus 10% service charge (non-refundable).
To advantage of the preferential rate, please complete and email this form to Fioana Cheung on or before August 12, 2019. Each participant is responsible for his/her own room charges. Reservations are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed at the stated special rates. For more information, see the Hong Kong Arbitration Week site.
Additional accommodation suggestions are:
- Hotel Indigo (approx. USD 240 + tax / night). This is around a 10 minute taxi ride from HKIAC and around 25 minutes by subway.
- Ozo Wesley (approx. USD 150 + tax / night). This is around a 10 minute taxi ride from HKIAC and around 25 minutes by subway or by foot.
- Two McDonnell Road (approx. USD 165 + tax / night). This is a serviced apartment that allows short stays. It is around a 5 minute taxi ride from HKIAC and around 25 minutes by foot.
- The Jervois (approx. USD 370 + tax / night). You will get a 700 sq foot / 65 sq meter apartment with kitchen. This is around an 8 minute taxi ride from HKIAC and around 20 minutes by subway or by foot.