17 March 2010 – 3rd Asian Maritime Law Conference on 6-7 May 2010

The Maritime Law Association of Singapore will be organising the 3rd Asian Maritime Law Conference (3AMLC) on 6-7 May 2010 at Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore. Themed “Arrest, Arbitration and Restructuring”, the 3rd Asian Maritime Law Conference this year will deal with:

Developments in Arrest
Revisit ship arrest, understand how it is handled in popular jurisdictions, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, and the U.S.A. and how it can be used to best effect in securing claims and recovering debts

Updates on Arbitration
Hear about developments in various maritime arbitration systems in Asia and what is happening in Europe regarding anti-suit injunctions

See how ship financiers have restructured the finance that they have given and the security taken and expect interesting discussions on new entrants to the market, the future of German KGs and Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code

Learn from over 20 speakers from the industry, who will share their experiences and their outlook on the developing shipping market after the financial crisis. Our lineup of international speakers include the President of the Comite Maritime International, the Chairman of the Maritime and Transport Law Committee of the International Bar Association and speakers from China, India, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom, USA (New York and California), Belgium, Holland, Denmark, South Africa, and many more!

For more details pertaining to the event, please visit www.amlc.com.sg today!