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Dispute Resolution in the Korean Community

Friday, March 6, 2015
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

This conference will explore dispute resolution processes affecting the Korean Community in Korea and the United States. Presenters will explore institutional developments encouraging mediation, domestic arbitration in Korea and the US, and international commercial arbitration affecting Korean enterprises.

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Location
The program takes place at Pepperdine School of Law. Continental breakfast, lunch, and materials are provided for paid participants.

Registration
The registration fee, including meals and materials, is $95.
Note: When canceling, we require notice by Tuesday, March 3, 2015, or a $25 food service fee will be deducted from the refund. Refunds for registrations paid by check will require a W-9 form submitted to the University. This is for internal purposes only to generate a refund check. The refund is not taxed nor would a 1099 be issued.

Pepperdine Students: If you would like to attend. please e-mail tess.marme@pepperdine.edu

Program Schedule

8:30     Welcome from Pepperdine

8:45     Korea's Emerging Importance in the Practice of International
            Commercial Arbitration

            Panel Moderator: Jack Coe - Pepperdine University
            Panelists: Kevin Kim - Bae Kim & Lee; E.Y. Park - Kim and Chang; and
            Grant Kim - Morrison & Foerster

10:00   Morning Break

10:20   Korean Perspectives on Trade and Investment Multilateral Agreements
            and Dispute Resolution

            Panel Moderator: Lucy Reed - Freshfields
            Panelists: Joongi Kim - Yonsei University; Beomsu Kim - Shin and Kim;
            and Kevin Kim – Bae Kim & Lee

12:00   Lunch

1:15     The Emergence of Mediation in Korean Communities
            Panel Moderator: Peter Robinson – Pepperdine
            Panelists: Youngjin Lee – Presiding Judge Busan High Court and
            Ryul Kim - full time US mediator who mediates often for the US Korean
            Community

2:30     Afternoon Break

2:45     Domestic Arbitration in Korea and the US – A Comparative
            Perspective
         
  Panelists: Judge and Professor Kwang Ho Lim – Judicial Research and
            Training Institute in Seoul and Thomas Stipanowich – Pepperdine
            University

4:15     Closing Comments

4:30     Adjourn

MCLE Credit
This program offers 6 hours of CLE Credit.

For more information please call Lori Rushford at 310.506.6342 or email lori.rushford@pepperdine.edu