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Tokyo Global Conference 2019
Tuesday, November 5 – Friday, November 8

Hilton Tokyo
6-6-2 Nishi-Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan

20.0 TOTAL MCLE Credits: Up to 14.0 credits in Areas of Professional Practice, 3.0 in Skills, 2.5 in Ethics and .5 in Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias | Non-transitional

This program will satisfy up to 20.0 NY MCLE credit hours. This program will not qualify for newly admitted attorneys because it is not a basic practical skills program.


Wednesday, November 6

Mock International Arbitration & Advocacy Workshop:
Advocacy & Ethics in International Arbitration
Drafting Techniques – PowerPoint
IBA Guidelines on Conflict of Interest
IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in Int. Arbitration
ICC Arbitration Commission Report on Techniques for Controlling Time and Costs in Arbitration
ICC Arbitration Rules
New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards
UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules

Mock Arbitration #1
Mock Arbitration Problem
Respondent’s Jurisdictional Outline
Claimant’s Jurisdictional Outline
Claimant’s Merits Outline
Respondent’s Merits Outline

Mock Arbitration #2

Plenary 1: The A-Team: We Love It When Your Arbitration Comes Together
New York Convention
United States Code Annotated (USCA) – Title 9 – FAA
Article 75
TCo Metals LLC v Dempsey Pipe And Supply Inc.
Will of President George Washington
Why Choose New York for International Commercial Transactions
Why Choose New York for International Arbitration
New York  Rises as a Seat for International Arbitration
Equal Representation in Arbitration
Kristin Campbell-Wilson – Innovation in Arbitration
Yoshihisa Hayakawa – Japans Trial in International Arbitration and Japan Int’l Dispute Resolution Center
Donemark Calimon – Private Dispute Resolution in the Philippines 

Plenary 2: Judicial/International Litigation 
Preamble a Lawyers Responsibilities – ABA

MRPC Preface – ABA
MRPC Scope – ABA
MRPC Intro 2 – ABA

Kyoko Ishida – Ethical Standards of Japanese Lawyers
Woojin Kim – Code of Ethics for Attorney-at-law
Woojin Kim – Ethics of Attorney-At-Law in Korea – PowerPoint
Hon. Loretta Preska – 18 Civ. 5108 Opinion & Order

Thursday, November 7 

Plenary 3: General Counsel Roundtable
1. KPMG’s Global Study of How General Counsel are Turning Risk to Advantage
2. Chief Legal Office Survey
3. ACC – Role of the General Counsel
4. ACC – Chief Legal Officers Survey
5. As Domestic Options Wane Japan Turns to U.S. Acquisitions – Japan Today
6. General Counsel- Up at Night Report
7. General Counsel in Japan- About a Different Cultural Legal Environment – LAM
8. Japanese Companies Look to In-House Counsel
9. The General Counsel Barometer 2019
10. Trapped in Tradition, Japan Legal’s Growth and Development

Track 1 | Panel 1 : Challenges in Cross-Border White Collar Criminal Investigations
Outline – Challenges in Cross-Border White Collar Criminal Investigations– Himes
Written Materials – Challenges in Cross-Border White Collar Criminal Investigations Himes
Cross-Border White Collar Investigations – PowerPoint
1-a NYCPR Rules 1.7 1.13
1-b Upjohn Co. v. United States
1-c Akzo Nobel Privilege Ruling
2-a Japan AC Privilege.legended 
2-b Japan Cartels.legended
2-c Yamada Update
2-d Leniency FAQs (rev. Jan. 2017)
2-e Connolly Black Kastigar Order
2-f DOJ Compliance Program Guidance
3-a Former Marine Hose Executive Who Was Extradited to the US – OPA _ Department of Justice
3-b Himes Julius Paper
4-a Bridgestone Information
4-b FCPA Policy 9-47.120
4-c DCIGI Ch. 13 (FCPA).legended
5-a Sindzingre
6-a DOJ Brief to Stay Discovery in Cement Case
6-b DOJ Brief to Extend Discovery Stay in Cement Case
D. Fetterman – FCPA Chapter 13

Track 2 | Panel 2: Drafting Distribution Contracts Around the World: A Practical Guide
Andre R. Jaglom -Distribution Contract Issues
General Provisions on Distribution of Goods – Indonesia
Sofia Cerqueira Serra – To Market, to Market: The Pros and Cons of Alternative Methods of Distribution (European Perspective)
Distribution Contracts Clauses

Track 3 | Panel 3: Ready for Investment in North Korea? Exploring Possible Legal Framework for Foreign Direct Investment in North Korea
Glen Kelley – US Economic and Trade Sanctions on North Korea and their Development 
Cheol Jeong – Lessons from Gaesung Industrial Complex and Ra-Sun Free Trade Economic Zone
Cheol Jeong, Kwang-gil Kim – Lessons from Gaesung Industrial Complex and Ra-Sun Free Trade Economic Zone- PowerPoint

MIMURA Mitsuhiro – The changes in the DPRK’ economic policy and current status of its economy
MIMURA Mitsuhiro – The changes in the DPRK’ economic policy and current status of its economy – PowerPoint
The Law of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea on External Economic Arbitration
Statue of the International Court of Justice
Claims Settlement Declaration
US Iran Claims Tribunal Declaration

Track 1 | Panel 4: Freezing Orders and Other Extraordinary Injunctive Relief in North America, Asia, and Europe: What Cross-Border Litigators Need to Know

Australia – Home Ice Cream Pty Ltd v McNabb Technologies LLC (No 2) 2018 FCA 1093
Berbinau – Contribution FB to Tokyo 2019 Panel on Freezing Orders
CCC v Conway 2013 2 Lloyd’s Rep 179
CSR Limited v Cigna Insurance Australia Ltd (1997) 189 CLR 345
Max Lee – Introduction on the Provisional Attachment Order
Max Lee – Provisional Attachement Order and Evidence Preservation Order in Taiwan – An Introduction
Sally Heidenreich – Anti-Suit Injunctions
Mareva Injunctions in Cross-Border Litigation – A Canadian Perspective
Mareva Compania Naviera SA v International Bulkcarriers SA
Aetna Financial Services v. Feigelman 1985 1 S.C.R. 2
Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc. 2017 1 S.C.R. 824
Société Nationale Industrielle Aérospatiale v Lee Kui Jak 1987 AC 871
Stichting Shell Pensioenfonds v Krys 2014 UKPC 41
Semerjian – Freezing Orders and Other Extraordinary Injunctive Reliefs PowerPoint
Extraordinary Injunctive Relief – Australia PowerPoint

Injunctive Relief in France PowerPoint
Gonzalo S. Zeballos – Attaching Property in New York in Support of Cross-Border Litigation 

Track 2 | Panel 5: The Increasing Importance of Trade Secret Protections 

Track 3 | Panel 6: Tax Multilateralism – Panacea against Tax Abuse? Or Just a Taxpayer Compliance Nightmare!
Tax Multilateralism PowerPoint

Tax Multilateralism – Panacea against Tax Abuse? or Just a Taxpayer Compliance Nightmare!

Track 1 | Panel 7: Current Issues for US and Japanese Businesses, with a Focus on Jurisdiction
Commercial Litigation Agenda
Part 1 – A Brief Overview of Recent Supreme Court Precedent
Part 2 – Supreme Court Strikes Another Blow to Litigation Tourism
Part 3 – United Sates Court of Appeals – Tenth Circuit
Part 4 – Remarks to the Economic Club of New York
Part 5 – Investment Company Executives Indicated for 1.5 billion Ponzi Scheme
Part 6 – Former Alstom Executive Challenges Reach U.S. Foreign Bribery Law

Track 2 | Panel 8: Cross-border M & A and Protectionism 
Takayuki Kihira – Structuring an Acquisition in Japan
New CFIUS Legislation Enacted
CFIUS Pilot Program Implements FIRRMA Reforms Targeting Certain “Critical Technologies” and Requiting Mandatory Declarations
Dr. Torsten Rosenboom – Impact of Foreign Investment
M&A General Questions
Copy of Trump Tariff Matrix – MSLP Trade Action Status Matrix
Avimukt Dar- Cross Border M&A – Trends and Challenges in India
Daniel He – Cross-Border M&A and Protectionism – A Review of Laws and Practice in China

Track 3 | Panel 9: A Century of Trust Law in Asia and in North America
Lusina Ho – Business Trusts in China
Hal Wang – Family Trust in China
Makoto Arai -The History, Development and Challenges of the Trust Laws in Japan
Tang Hang Wu – Singapore Trusts
Tang Hang Wu – Trustees’ Investment Duties and Cryptoassets 
Michael G. Galligan – The Hague Convention on Trusts and the Uniform Trust Code
Michael G. Galligan and Caroline Deneuville – Current Forms of Trusts in America
Rachel Blumenfeld, Martin Rochwerg- Trusts in Canada 
Rachel Blumfeld, David Byun – Trusts in Canada
A Century of Trust Law in Asia and North America

Friday, November 8 

Human Rights Plenary | Human Rights in Daily Life:
Human Trafficking

Dilton Ribeiro – Human Trafficking and Japanese Law PowerPoint

Dilton Ribeiro – Virtual Child Pornography, Human Trafficking and Japanese Law: Pop Culture, Harm and Legal Restrains
Shihoko Fujiwara – Tackling Human Trafficking in Japan

Diversity and Inclusion
Cover Slide
Mariam Schindel  – Diversity and Inclusion: Harnessing Tomorrow’s Opportunities
One Aspiration, Two Realities – Promoting Gender Equality in Mexico -MX Women Matter
Assessing Viability of Implicit Bias
BDG. How Diverse Leadership Teams Boost Innovation
Implicit Bias (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Law360’s Glass Ceiling Report by the Numbers
Mansfield Rule Pilot Mid-Point Progress Report 2018-2019
Missing Pieces Report
New Category of Credit 22 NYCRR 1500.2(c)-(g)
Title 42 Civil Rights Act
Yellow Paper Series – Written in Black and White
New York State Bar Association Diversity Statement 

LGBTQ/Marriage Equality
LLAN  – Marriage Equality in Asia: Legal & Business Case for LGBT Equality 

Track 1 | Panel 10: Cross-Border Insolvency
Outline Cross-Border Insolvency 
Shin-Ichiro Abe – A Look Into Restructuring in Asia
Tomohiro Okawa and Gavin Westerman – PowerPoint – Effecting a Global Restructuring: Takata
David Rosenzweig – PowerPoint – Cross-Border Insolvency Panel: U.S. Chapter 11 and Chapter 15

Track 2 | Panel 11: Cross-Border Protection of Design 
EU Design Directive – Official Journal of the European Communities
EU Design Regulation
European Court of Justice Case C-168-09
Industrial Design 
Cross-Border Protection of Design – Japan
Design Legislation EU
Miyagawa, Hirose -Cross Border Protection of Design – Japan PowerPoint
Warshavsky – The U.S. Perspective 
Leardi – Cross-Border Protection of Design PowerPoint – EU
Cross-border Industrial Design – DR and Central America PowerPoint
Lili Wu – Design Protection in China
Hirose et al. – Summary on Design Protection – Comparison Chart
Cross-Border Protection of Design – Mock Case PowerPoint

Track 3 | Panel 12: Competition Enforcement of Digital Platforms in the US, Japan and Other Jurisdictions
Yuichi Oda and Jeffrey C. Bank – Competition Enforcement of Digital Platforms – Outline 
1. European Commission Press Release re Google fine
2. European Commission Report: Competition Policy for the Digital Era 
3. ACCC Report
4.  DOJ Comments by Makan Delrahim at Antitrust New Frontiers Conference
5. JFTC Guideline (a draft)

Track 1 | Panel 13: Japan, China, Korea & the U.S.: Contrasts in Workplace Law & Culture
Philip Berkowitz – PowerPoint – Contrasts in the Workplace
Philip Berkowitz – PowerPoint
Lucy Lu – Labor Related Disputes on Foreign Employment in Shanghai
Hironobu Tsukamoto – Sexual Harassment in Japan
Tokyo Medial and Surgical Leaflet
Update on Korean Labor Law

Track 2 | Panel 14: The Global Expansion of Shareholder Activism

Gaku Ishiwata – Recent Developments of Shareholder Activism in Japan
Jun Usami et al. – Japan’s 2019 Proxy Season Results Announced (Shareholder Activism Update)
Dr. Andreas Mayr – Shareholder Activism in Austria and Germany
Hernan Pacheco – Remarks on Shareholders Activism in Latin America 
Carl-Olof Bouveng, Jesper M. Johansson, Oliver Kronberg – Shareholder Activism in Sweden
Gregory E. Ostling – US Activism
Gregory E. Ostling – Dealing With Activist Hedge Funds and Other Activist Investors 
Gregory E. Ostling – Shareholder Engagement: Succeeding in the New Paradigm for Corporate Governance
Jianwei Zang – Shareholder Activism in China
Japan’s Foreign-Investor Screening Risks Undoing Years of Reform
Bouveng PowerPoint – Shareholder Activism 

Track 3 | Panel 15: Cyber and Data Security: What to Do When Your Company or Your Client is Hacked
Jonathan Armstrong – The Consequences of a Data Breach Under GDPR
Cordery GDPR Navigator, General Data Protection Regulation FAQS 
Armstrong and Warren – Cyber and Data Security PowerPoint

Track 1 | Panel 16: Chasing Plunder Restitution of Ill-Gotten Gains in Different Fora
Hiroyuki Tezuka – Japan’s Evolving Approach Towards the Resolution of Conflicts Arising from the Intersection of International Arbitration and Cross-Border Bankruptcy
Hiroyuki Tezuka – PowerPoint
Mark H. Alcott – The Use of Arbitration to Recover III – Gotten Gains
William G. Primps – The Sixth Circuit’s Sensible Decisions on Foreign Claimants’ Asset Recoveries 
Yuri Sugano – Asset Recoveries Under Japanese Law
Tiffany Wong- Cross-Border Recovery Enhancement  

Track 2: Panel 17: Ethical Issues for Lawyers and Law Firms Concerning Cybersecurity
Atsushi Okada – Cybersecurity Ethics and Compliance for Law Firms in Japan
Jonathan Armstrong – Ethical Issues for Lawyers and Law Firms Concerning Cyber Security
Mary Fernanadez –  Cybersecurity Ethics and Compliance for International Law Firms and Corporate Counsel
2 – ABA Formal Opinion 477
3 – Attorney Professional Forum
4 – Recent Cyber Attack on Law Firms Serves As A Wake-Up Call for Professional Services Firms
5 – Law Firms Trust Account Hacked, “Large Six Figure” Taken
6 – Lawyer’s e-Discovery Error Led to Release of Confidential Info On Thousands of Wells Fargo Clients
7 – NYSBA Ethics Opinion 842
8 – NYSBA Ethics Opinion 1019
9 – NYSBA Ethics Opinion 1020
10 – Failure to Quickly Address Cyber Breaches Can Lead to Dire Business Consequences
11 – NY Businesses Reported a Record Number of Data Breach Incidents in 2016
12 – Cybersecurity Risk Update: Hackers Take Over Bank via DNS
13 – Proposed NY State DFS Cybersecuirty Regulation to Significantly Impact Financial Services Companies and Businesses That Serve Them
14 – What’s New in the Revised NY State Proposed Cybersecurity Regulation?
15 – Overview of Data Privacy and Cybersecuirty Regulatory Landscape for Investment Advisers and Other Financial Services Companies 
16 –  Cybersecurity and Staffing: Guarding Clients’ and Job Candidates’ Information
17 – NYSBA Ethical Guidelines and the Dominican Republic
18 – Microsoft Digital Geneva Convention
19 – Jaglom et al. – Cybersecurity Ethics and Compliance for International Law Firms and Corporate Counsel 

Track 3 | Panel 18: Asian/North American Estate Planning for the Coming Decade
Michael H. Shikuma – Cross-Border Estate Planning in Japan
Mingchao Fan – International Court of Arbitration & Secretariat – PowerPoint
Asian/North American Estate Planning for the Coming Decade – Hypothetical for Panel Discussion – PowerPoint
Asian/North American Estate Planning for the Coming Decade – US Perspective – PowerPoint
Jane YUAN – A Brief Introduction on Wealth Planning in China
Soo-Jeong Ahn – Korean Perspective 

Galligan – Fundamental International Tax and Wealth Transfer PowerPoint

Blumenfeld – Asian and North American Estate Planning – Canada PowerPoint

Blumenfeld – Estates with Foreign Ties PowerPoint
Tomoko Nakada – Overview of the Japanese Inheritance Law and Tax

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Program Faculty (Alphabetical Order) | View Combined Faculty Biographies
Shin-Ichiro Abe, Kasumigaseki International Law Office, Tokyo
Takanori Abe, Abe & Partners, Osaka
Marc L. Abrams, Board Member, AIDA Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society (ARIAS) –  U.S., and Partner, Mintz Levin, New York
Soo-Jeong Ahn, Yulchon LLC, Seoul
Mark Alcott, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, New York
Daniel Allen, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Makato Arai,
 University of Tsukuba, Tokyo 
Prof. Osamu Arakaki
, International Law, International Christian University, Tokyo
Jonathan Armstrong, Cordery Legal Compliance, London
Jeffrey C. Bank, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, PC, New York
François Berbinau, BFPL Avocats, Paris
Philip Berkowitz, Littler Mendelson, P.C., New York
Rika Beppu, Squire Patton Boggs, Tokyo
Rachel Blumenfeld, Aird & Berlis LLP, Toronto 
Carl-Olof Bouveng
, Cirio Advokatbyrå, Stockholm
Donemark J. L. Calimon, Secretary General, Philippine International Center for Conflict Resolution  (PICCR), and Partner, Quisumbing Torres, Manila
Kristin Campbell-Wilson, Deputy Secretary General of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Stockholm
Jonathan Crompton, RPC, Hong Kong
Michael S. Carl, SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, Jakarta
Kimarie Cheang, HFW, Singapore
Hyun Suk Choi
, Choi & Park, LLC, New York
Anna Dąbrowska, Wardyński & Partners, Warsaw
Avimukt Dar, Indus Law, New Delhi
Alexander Dmitrenko, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Tokyo
James Dubow, Alvarez & Marsal, Hong Kong
Mingchao Fan, Regional Director, Arbitration & ADR for North Asia, International Chamber of  Commerce (ICC), Shanghai
Jessica Fei, King & Wood Mallesons, Hong Kong
Daniel J. Fetterman, Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, New York
Mary Fernàndez, Headrick Rizik Alvarez & Fernández, Santo Domingo
Howard Fischer, Moses & Singer LLP, New York
Douglas K. Freeman, Law Offices of Douglas K. Freeman, Tokyo
Ulrich Fobian, Weavind & Weavind, South Africa 
Glenn Fox
, Baker McKenzie, New York
Yoshimasa Furuta, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Tokyo
Hanae Fujinami, Morrison & Foerster, Tokyo
Shihoko Fujiwara, Lightouse: Center for Trafficking Victims, Tokyo
Yoshimasa Fururta, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Tokyo
Michael W. Galligan, Phillips Nizer LLP, New York
Sarah Grimmer, Secretary-General, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), Hong Kong
Richard Goldstein, Goldstein & Lee, P.C., New York and London
Hon. Kunio Hamada, former Justice of the Supreme Court of Japan and founding partner, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Kosuke Hamaguchi, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Nels Hansen, White & Case, Tokyo
Kaoru Harada, Japan Fair Trade Commission
Prof. Yoshihisa Hayakawa, Rikkyo University, Secretary General, Japan International Dispute Resolution Center (JIDRC), and Partner, Uryu & Itoga, Tokyo
Eriko Hayashi, Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners, Tokyo
Daniel He, JunHe LLP, Shanghai
Sally Heidenreich, Murray Chambers, Adelaide
Dr. Sebastian Heim, Beiten Burkhardt, Munich
Jay Himes, Labaton Sucharow LLP, New York
Takashi Hirose, Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners, Tokyo
Lusina Ho, Professor, University of Hong Kong
Ranse Howell, Director of International Operations, JAMS, Washington DC/London
Gaku Ishiwata, Mori, Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Paul Jackson, Managing Director and APAC Cyber Risk Practice Leader, Kroll, Hong Kong
Andre R. Jaglom, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP, New York
Cheol Jeong, Jipyong, Seoul
Youngjin Jung, Kim & Chang, Seoul
Tomoko Kamikawa, Matsui & Kamikawa, Osaka
Yuko Kanamaru, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Prof. Naoki Kanayama, Keio University Law School, Tokyo
Glen N. Kelley, Jacobson Burton Kelley,  New York
Takayuki Kihira, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Kap-You (Kevin) Kim, President, Korean Council for International Arbitration (KOCIA), and Senior Partner, Bae Kim Lee, LLC, Seoul
Kyeong Catherine Kim, DR & AJU LLC, Seoul
Judge Woojin Kim, Chief Researcher, Judicial Policy Research Institute of the Supreme Court of Korea;  Presiding Judge, the Seoul High Court
Masafumi Kodama, Kitahama Partners, Osaka
Torsten M. Kracht, Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, Washington, DC
Prof. Kensuke Kubo, Keio University, Tokyo
Pierodavide Leardi, Studio Leardi – Intellectual Property Management, Milan
Kenneth Lebrun, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, Tokyo
Hoin Lee, Senior Foreign Attorney, Kim & Chang, Seoul
Michael D. Lee, Vice President, International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), Singapore, American Arbitration Association (AAA), Singapore
Max Lee, Tsar & Tsai Law Firm, Taipei
Edward K. Lenci, on behalf of Arbitration Ireland, and Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, New York
Robert J. Leo, Meeks, Sheppard, Leo & Pillsbury, New York
Bianca Lin, Allegaert Berger & Vogel LLP,  New York
Dominique Lombardi, Rajah & Tann LLP, Singapore
Lucy Lu, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons, Shanghai
Yoko Maeda, City Yuwa Partners, Tokyo
Prof. Margaret McGuinness, St. John’s University Law School, New York
Alejandro Maria Massot, Estudio Randle Abogados, Buenos Aires
Andreas W. Mayr, Dorda Rechtsanwälte GmbH, Vienna
Evan Michailidis, Duane Morris, New York
Shigeki Minami, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Arthur M. Mitchell, White & Case LLP, Tokyo
Prof. Mitsuhiro Mimura, Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia (ERINA), Niigata
Mitsuko Miyagawa, TMI Associates, Tokyo Oren J. Warshavsky, BakerHostetler, New York
Daniel Morriss, Hinshaw & Culberston LLP, Chicago
Hon. Mr. Michihiro Mori, Judge, Fukuoka District Court (2000 – 2003); Judge, Tokyo District Court (1995 – 2000)
Shinichiro Mori, Momo-o Matsuo & Namba, Tokyo
Mariana Eguiarte Morett, Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri, S.C., Mexico Cit
Carlos Ramos-Mrosovsky, Alston & Bird, New York
Nobuaki Mukai, Momo-o, Matsuo & Namba, Tokyo
Satoru Nagasaka, TMI Associates, Tokyo Teruo Saito, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune (former General Counsel of AIG Japan), Tokyo
Tomoko Nakada, Hokusei Law Office, Tokyo
Bernard A. Nigro, Jr., Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, Washington D.C.
Diane O’Connell, PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP, New York
Yuichi Oda, Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners, Tokyo
Nagako Oe, TMI Associates, Tokyo
Haig Oghigian, Woods, Montreal
Atusuchi Okada, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Tomohiro Okawa, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Greg Ostling, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, New York
Tomoyuki Otsuki, Senior Counsel Law, Intellectual Property and Compliance, IBM Japan, Ltd., Tokyo
Hernán Pacheco O., EY Law S.A., San José, Costa Rica
Piyasena Perera, Corporate Finance Attorney, Softbank Investment Advisers, London
Lisa P. Phelan, Morrison Foerster LLP, Washington, DC
George A. Pierce, SVP and General Counsel, Toyota Tsusho (America) Inc., New York
Pere Pons, Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa, S.L., Madrid
Judge Loretta Preska, Senior US District Judge and former Chief Judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York
Neil A. Quartaro, Watson Farley & Williams LLP, New York
Dilton Ribeiro
, International Christian University, Tokyo
George Ribeiro, Ribeiro Hui, Shanghai
Michele S. Riley, Columbia University, International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution, New Yor
Francisco Franco-Rodriguez, Baker McKenzie, Mexico City
Torsten Rosenboom, Watson Farley & Williams, Frankfurt
David A. Rosenzweig, Norton Rose Fullbright US LLP, New York
Jay G. Safer, Wollmuth Maher & Deutsch LLP, New York
Makoto Sakai, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Takashi Saida, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Asuza Saito, Nishimura & Asahi NY LLP, New York
Prof. Teruo Saito, Meiji University Law School, former General Counsel of AIG Japan, and of counsel, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Tokyo
Yasuhiro Saito, Saito Law Group PLLC,  New York
Miki Sakakibara, President, Japan In-House Lawyers Association, Tokyo
Miriam R. Schindel, Jackson Lewis PC, New York
William H. Schrag, Thompson Hine LLP, New York
Chris Semerjian, Fasken, Montreal 
Sofia Cerqueira Serra
, Morais Leitão, Galvão Teles, Soares da Silva, Lisbon
Michael Shikuma, Shikuma Law Office, Tokyo
James R. Shorter, Jr., Shorter Law Offices, New York
Ron Soffer, Soffer Advocats, Paris
Michele Park Sonen, Head, North East Asia, Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), Seoul
Janiece Brown Spitzmueller, Global Digital Productions LLC, New York
Kenneth G. Standard, Epstein Becker Green, New York
Yuri Sugano, Nishimura & Asahi, Tokyo
Kazuya Tachibana, SMBC Trust Bank, Tokyo
Kevin Tan, Rajah & Tann, Singapore
Jordan Tan, Clifford Chance, Singapore
Shin Tanaka, President, Fleishman Hillard, Japan
Yoshinori Tatsuno, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo
Hiroyuki Tezuka, Nishimura & Asahi, Tokyo
Nancy Thevinin, Thevenin Arbitration & ADR, New York
Ron Thompson, Alvarez & Marsal, Hong Kong
Hironobu Tsukamoto, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu NY LLP, New York
Hao Wang, Rayyin Partners, Beijing 
Scott Warren
, Squire Patton Boggs, Tokyo
Eriko Watanabe, Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, Tokyo
Gavin Westerman, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, New York
Charles Whiddington, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Brussels
Chris Williams, Gilbert + Tobin, Sydney
Kristin Campbell-Wilson, Deputy Secretary General, of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm  Chamber of Commerce (SCC), Stockholm
Alan Wong, SVP and Head of Human Resources, Bank of China, New York Branch, New York
Lili Wu, Han Kun Law Offices, Beijing
Tang Hang Wu, Professor, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Atsushi Yamada, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune, Tokyo
Chun Y. Yang, Kim & Chang, Seoul
Alex Yanos, Alston & Bird, New York
Joseph M. Young, US Embassy
Jane Yuan, Zhong Lun Law Firm, SHanghai
Jianwei Zhang, JunHe, Beijing
Dongfeng Zhao, JustFaith Law, Beijing
Gonzalo Zeballos, Baker Hostetler, New York

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