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Dispute Resolution How to avoid; How to settle. 9-10 May 2012. Chair: Mukesh Butani – Taxand India Panellists: Michael Palumbo, Asia Head of Tax – Baker Hughes Leon Kwong Wing – Taxand Singapore. Contents. Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working?

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dispute resolution how to avoid how to settle

Dispute ResolutionHow to avoid; How to settle

9-10 May 2012

  • Chair: Mukesh Butani – Taxand India
  • Panellists:
  • Michael Palumbo, Asia Head of Tax – Baker Hughes
  • Leon Kwong Wing – Taxand Singapore
contents
Contents
  • Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working?
  • How to prepare if you are caught in a dispute
  • When a settlement is the best option
  • Tactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likely
  • Lessons from key cases: Hong Kong cases of Li & Fung; CG Lighting and Nice Cheer Investment Limited; Singapore’s First Section 33 Case
  • Key Contacts
  • About Taxand
appeals mechanisms are they working
Appeals mechanisms; Are they working?

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Appeals mechanisms in Asia-Pacific; Are they working?

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how to prepare if you are caught in a dispute
How to prepare if you are caught in a dispute

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How to prepare if you are caught in a dispute

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When a settlement is the best option

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When a settlement is the best option

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Tactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likely

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Tactics for jurisdictions where litigation is most likely

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lessons from key cases
Lessons from key cases

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Lessons from key cases

  • Hong Kong cases of Li & Fung
  • CG Lighting and Nice Cheer Investment Limited
  • Singapore’s First Section 33 Case
  • ...
key contacts
Key Contacts

Key Contacts

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global coverage
Global Coverage

About Taxand

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our global service commitment
Our Global Service Commitment

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About Taxand

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why taxand
Why Taxand?

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About Taxand

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content development
Content Development

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Content Development

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Structure

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and remember
And Remember...

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And Remember...

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Key Contacts

Speaker Guidelines

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