Tuesday, November 19, 2019 (2 PM - 5:30 PM)Add to Calendar
Swedish Ambassador's Residence
Andrew Road 39
The pressure to address the complexities of international business is on the rise. Digitalization and technical innovations in the legal industry are developing fast. The demand for secure communications is high, as is expectations on efficiency and modern digital tools.
This afternoon event will target digitalization, privacy matters and cyber security for international business in international disputes. Our experts will provide insights into the trends in legal tech as well as an update on the SCC Platform – a case management platform, providing secure communication from request to award.
It is a seminar of high relevance for in-house counsel of international business, dispute resolution specialists and legal tech experts. The format will provide ample opportunities for in- depth discussions.
The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) is leading international arbitration institution based in Stockholm with a strong international footprint. Find out more on sccinstitute.com
19 November 2019
2:00–2:30 2:30–4:30 4:30–5:30
Registration Seminar Reception
Swedish Ambassador's Residence, 39 Andrew Road, Singapore
2:30 Opening address
H.E. Ambassador Niclas Kvarnström
2:40 Digitalization and Swedish Arbitration
Sweden as a center for innovation in international disputes Trends in global dispute resolution viewed through a Swedish lens.
Annette Magnusson, Secretary General, SCC
Managing complexity in disputes for international business. Spotlight on efficiency and secure communication. Experiences from the SCC Platform.
Emilia Lundberg, partner, Lundberg & Gleiss, Stockholm
Digitalization of the legal sector What does digitalization mean for international disputes? Navigation pitfalls including data protection.
Björn Johansson Heigis, partner, Roschier, Stockholm
3:30 Networking Break
3:45 Meet the experts
Introduction by Annette Magnusson
An opportunity for one-on-one to discussions on topical issues relating to arbitration in Sweden.
• Swedish arbitration in practice – Emilia Lundberg
• Data Protection in practice – Björn Johansson Heigis
• The SCC Platform – Annette Magnusson