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Webinar recording | Arbitration of Shareholder and Trust Disputes

with Albert Monichino QC

pre-recorded | Online
“Albert offers a detailed and comprehensive presentation on how arbitration can work in this context”

Shareholder oppression disputes are notoriously protracted and acrimonious. Private arbitration offers a viable and desirable alternative to traditional court proceedings for the resolution of such disputes.

Albert Monichino will seek to establish that shareholder oppression (and trust) disputes are arbitrable, by reference to recent Australian cases as well as leading cases in the Asia-Pacific region. He will then make the case that such disputes should be arbitrated and not litigated. To conclude, he offers some drafting tips to assist in drafting arbitration clauses within shareholder agreements, trust deeds and standalone submission agreements.

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About the speaker

Albert Monichino QC
Queen’s Counsel, Arbitrator and Mediator

Albert Monichino QC is one of Australia’s leading commercial arbitrators. Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2010, he has over 25 years of experience in commercial dispute resolution. Albert is a Chartered Arbitrator, past president of the Australian branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (‘CIArb’) between 2014 – 2107, and is accredited as an advanced mediator.

Albert has acted as arbitrator or as counsel under various arbitration rules (including UNCITRAL, ICC, HKIAC and KLRCA Rules), in wide-ranging commercial disputes throughout the Asia Pacific region, including: construction, engineering and infrastructure disputes, intellectual property disputes, shareholder and joint venture disputes, financial services and investment disputes, international sales disputes, and contractual disputes.

He regularly represents parties in arbitrations as counsel and has been appointed as arbitrator for disputes seated in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia.