We invite you to join us in an interactive virtual workshop on business valuation and assessment of damages, co-hosted by BRG and HK45. The workshop will take place on 15 November 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM HKT.
The workshop is targeted towards legal practitioners at all levels and will be especially useful for those who regularly deal with valuation and quantum issues in a legal dispute. The workshop will:
provide a guide to the conceptual framework of valuation, which participants can use to assess a valuation based on first principles without crunching numbers;
delve further into details with valuation considerations for climate change-related risks and opportunities.
Stephen is an experienced counsel specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration, with extensive experience appearing before courts and tribunals in different jurisdictions, including England, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Managing Director of Berkeley Research Group (BRG)
Mustafa specialises in addressing issues of valuation, damages and accounting in complex commercial and investment treaty disputes, including M&A, private equity, joint venture, shareholder, breach of contract, financial services, and intellectual property disputes. He has been instructed as an expert in international arbitration and in court. His experience spans matters involving the ICC, UNCITRAL, HKIAC, DIAC, and CIETAC, and in the courts of the UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ireland, the Cayman Islands, the BVI, Bermuda, and the Bahamas.
Associate Director of Berkeley Research Group (BRG)
Lydia has extensive experience in evaluating damages and preparaing valuations in the context of commercial arbitration and litigation proceedings. She has experience in APAC-related matters and with business across various sectors. She has been involved in arbitrations with the HKIAC and SIAC and in litigations in Hong Kong and offshore courts.
HK45 is a group for young arbitration practitioners in Hong Kong and beyond formed under the auspices of the HKIAC. Our aims are to promote interest in and knowledge of issues relating to arbitration, and to provide opportunities for both professional development and social interaction.
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