Wolters Kluwer


Ethical Dilemmas in International Arbitration

Date: Wednesday 19 April 2023
Time: 5:30 - 6:30 PM Hong Kong time
Please join us for a webinar co-hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright and Wolters Kluwer, ‘Ethical Dilemmas in International Arbitration’.

International arbitration combines a patchwork professional regulatory environment, divergent expectations as to what kinds of conduct are inappropriate, and limited arbitral powers to restrain unethical conduct by parties or advocates. How should international arbitration practitioners respond when faced with an ethical dilemma? This panel will focus on three areas that frequently present ethical dilemmas for arbitration counsel: preparation and examination of witnesses, confidentiality, and fraudulent or corrupt conduct by a party. Our two moderators and three panelists will draw on their extensive knowledge and experience to help guide listeners through the ethical labyrinth.

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Dr. Fan Yang

In-house Counsel at China Harbour Engineering Co. Ltd., Hong Kong and and General Editor, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration.

Joshua Karton

Associate Professor at Queen’s University; Tsai Wan-tsai Visiting Chair Professor of International Law at the National Taiwan University; General Editor, Practical Insights - Kluwer Arbitration.


Katie Chung

International arbitration and dispute resolution partner at Norton Rose Fulbright Singapore, and author on confidentiality.

Timothy Cooke

International Arbitration Partner at Reed Smith Singapore, and author on witness examination.

Swee Im Tan

Arbitrator Member at 39 Essex Chambers

Ethical Dilemmas in International Arbitration