This event will provide attendees with opportunities to develop knowledge and understanding of ship sale and purchase and discusses practical drafting techniques. Even in the best of deals, disputes can arise. Participants can hear and engage an arbitrator who will share his experience in resolving such disputes.
MYR 50.00 (IMSML Members)
MYR 90.00 (Non-Members)
Networking & Tea
Presentation by Wan Hilwanie, Ariff & Co
Ship Sale & Purchase and the Standard Forms
Presentation by Philip Teoh
Sale Disputes & Arbitration from Arbitrator's Perspective
Question & Answer Session
End of Session
Guest Speaker - Wan Hilwanie
Wan Hilwanie graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London with LL.B (Honours) in 1997 and obtained her Certificate of Legal Practice in 1998. She chambered with the firm and was called to the Malaysian Bar in 1999. Wan Hilwanie pursued a master degree and obtained an LL.M in Maritime Law from the University College London in 2003. She is the managing partner of the firm and at the same time attends to most of the firm’s corporate banking documentations (conventional and Islamic), shipping documentations and advisory services, general corporate matters and general conveyancing matters. She focuses mainly on corporate banking work and specialises in shipping law and handles all shipping matters of the firm in particular ship financing, sales and purchase of vessels, shipbuilding contracts and other non-contentious shipping legal work. She is currently a member of the Shipping and Admiralty Committee and Islamic Finance Committee of the Bar Council of Malaysia.
Guest Speaker - Philip Teoh
Philip Teoh has been in legal practice, in Singapore and Malaysia for the past 28 years, handling contentious and non-contentious areas. He specialises in all aspects of Shipping, Transport & Logistics, International Trade,Insurance and Commercial Law, as well as Oil & Gas, Investment and Compliance. He also handles international and crossborder matters. He is an active Arbitrator within and outside Malaysia and accredited with the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC). He also sits in legal advisory committee of FIATA, the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations based in Switzerland. He is an adjunct lecturer at BAC Malaysia’s largest law school. He regularly speaks at Industry Conferences within and outside Malaysia. He is also the author of a number of key practitioner texts including Halsbury’s Laws of Malaysia on Conflict of Laws, Shipping and Carriers (Land, Air and Sea), Annotated Merchant Shipping Laws. Malaysian lawyers use his precedent agreements from his book Malaysian Forms and Precedents on Shipping. He is also a regular speaker in Industry Conferences within and outside Malaysia.