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About Singapore International Mediation Centre

Singapore International Mediation Centre is an independent not-for-profit organisation in Singapore providing mediation services, through its panel of international mediators, to parties wishing to resolve their cross-border commercial disputes amicably. The centre is housed at Maxwell Chambers.

Background to India & Singapore Mediation Summit 2021

As India faces an unprecedented crisis with the second wave of Covid, the entire ecosystem of business, government, healthcare, and the public at large, is being tested and throwing up challenges we never imagined we’d have to face.

Businesses across the world are dealing with everything from supply-chain breakdowns, to stressed-out human resources, contractual breakdowns, and subdued consumer sentiment. Conflict within and between businesses is a reality that we’re all facing today, and Mediation is one of the most effective ways of dealing with this new reality.

Whether it is to address internal stakeholder conflict or to resolve disputes with partners and customers, Mediation is the only process that can not only help discover sustainable solutions but can also strengthen business relationships that are fractured in these tough times.

The India-Singapore Mediation Summit will discuss the increasingly important role that Mediation plays, especially in navigating Covid-19 exigencies. The invited audience from the business and legal community will be able to seek answers and contemplate solutions offered by the distinguished panellists from both countries, during the moderated discussion.

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About India & Singapore Mediation Summit

In India & Singapore Mediation Summit, the Chief Justices of India (Hon’ble Justice N.V. Ramana) and Singapore (Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon) will share the stage for the first time, to deliver keynote addresses on Mediation. Apart from judicial perspectives, senior Government officials will also attend.

Capping the inaugural summit is a high-powered fireside chat to discuss, among other topics, how Mediation can help resolve commercial disputes and other conflicts arising from the Covid19 pandemic and related socio-economic challenges.

Panellists

  • Justice A. K. Sikri International Judge, Singapore International Commercial Court and former Judge, Supreme Court of India
  • Mr Sriram Panchu Senior Advocate and Mediator, India
  • Ms Mayuri Khatu Head of Legal, Tata International Limited
  • Ms Lai Wei Lin Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Law, Singapore
  • Mr George Lim SC Chairman, SIMC

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Important Date

The summit is on 17th July at 10:30 am (IST).

Application Procedure

To register, click here.

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Palak Gupta

Palak Gupta

Palak is an Assistant Publishing Editor at Memo Pundits. She is from Symbiosis Law School, Nagpur. She is highly organized and uses a series of tools to help herself stay on top of deadlines. Always proactive about seeking new opportunities, she seeks growth in every aspect of her life.

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