Cambodia - Part J - Arbitration in Asia - 2nd Edition

Author(s): 
Rupert Haw
Billie Jean Slott
Mealy Khieu
Page Count: 
14 pages
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PDF from "Arbitration in Asia - 2nd Edition"
Published: 
September, 2019
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Rupert Haw is a past Country Managing Director and a consultant of DFDL’s Lao PDR practice. He has outstanding experience in telecommunications, corporate finance and M&As in South East Asia and has strong credentials in regulatory and operational risk management in emerging markets. Mr. Haw also has sound experience in dispute resolution and has represented numerous firms in contentious proceedings in both the superior and lower courts. He also has a strong interest in private commercial arbitration.

Mr. Haw was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 1997 and holds a B. Proc. (University of Natal, South Africa). Previously, he was a Senior Manager of Big4 Forensic and Dispute Services department where he was responsible for managing a number of major investigations into fraud and corruption for the private sector and law enforcement agencies in both Africa and the United States.

Mealy Khieu is a Partner of SokSiphana&associates, a member of ZICOLaw. Ms. Khieu also covers litigation, arbitration, and commercial disputes and corporate concerns. She is the founding member of the National Commercial Arbitration Center (NCAC) and was elected as the first Executive Board member. In March 2019, she was elected as Vice President of NCAC. Her practice includes domestic and international investment advice, real estate commercial banking and intellectual property. She holds a dual Master, University Libre de Brussels (ULB) and fromi Royal University of Law and Economics in collaboration with the  University of Montreal, University of Geneva and French Cooperation Center, Phnom Penh. She holds a Bachelor of Law, National Institute of Management and Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh and is a registered lawyer with the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia. She is also an authorized Trade Mark Agent recognized by the Ministry of Commerce of Cambodia.

Emi Rowse is an Of Counsel at Herbert Smith Freehills’ Bangkok office. She has extensive experience advising clients on disputes across Asia Pacific, having worked in the firm’s offices in Hong Kong, Tokyo and now Bangkok. Her practice covers a wide range of matters including international arbitration, commercial litigation, compliance and anti-corruption, anti-competition and contentious employment. Her international arbitration experience includes advising major multi-national companies in arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, SIAC and TAI rules. Ms. Rowse has represented clients from a broad range of industry sectors, including energy, manufacturing and financial institutions. She is half Japanese and speaks fluent Japanese

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