Indonesia - Part O - Arbitration in Asia - 2nd Edition
Karen Mills has practiced in Indonesia for almost 35 years and is one of the Founders of the KarimSyah Law Firm in Jakarta. Ms. Mills is a Chartered Arbitrator, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (“CIArb”) and of the Singapore and Hong Kong Institutes, and Founder and Co-chair of the Indonesian Chapter of CIArb. Ms. Mills is on the panel of arbitrators of most arbitral institutions in the region, including those of China, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, New Zealand and the Philippines, as well as Indonesia; she also serves as a Domain Name Panelist under ADNDRC, Hong Kong, Beijing and Seoul. Ms. Mills sits on the First Appointing Authority of the Chinese-European Arbitration Centre, the Executive Board of ArbitralWomen and the Editorial Board of the Journal of World Energy Law and Business, among others. She sits as arbitrator throughout Asia and the Pacific, as well as in the US, and has successfully served as lead counsel for the Indonesian Government in several Investor-State arbitrations. A graduate of New York University School of Law and a Member of the New York bar, Ms. Mills commenced her legal career with Haight, Gardner Poor & Havens specialising in maritime and aviation financing. Her primary fields of expertise include banking, financing and restructuring, oil, gas, mining and energy matters, insurance, hospitality, information technology and general cross-border transactions. An approved Tutor for all levels of CIArb training, she teaches, speaks and writes extensively on arbitration and other matters around the world, and has published over 150 papers in international professional books and journals.
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