Professor Jack Coe Discusses “Hong Kong as a Deal Maker and Dispute Resolver” — Think Asia, Think Hong Kong Symposium

September 23, 2019 | Professor Jack J. Coe, Jr. participated in the discussion “Hong Kong as Deal Maker and Dispute Resolver,” at the Think Asia, Think Hong Kong Symposium, which was held in Los Angeles on September 20. The symposium was organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council to help United States-based businesses navigate the complexities of international expansion in Asia.

From the Los Angeles Business Wire:

A panel discussion, “Hong Kong as a Deal Maker and Dispute Resolver,” will address, among related topics, navigation of the legal intricacies of major pan-Asian developments such as the Belt and Road Initiative and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Development Plan. The session will be moderated by Dr. James Ding, Commissioner of the Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office at the Department of Justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and will feature Mabel Lui, Head of the Greater China Commercial practice at Withers law firm in Hong Kong; Paul Starr, Partner and Practice Leader of HK DR/Infrastructure and Joint Coordinator of the International Arbitration Team at King & Wood Mallesons Hong Kong; and Prof. Jack J. Coe, Jr., Professor of Law and Faculty Director at the Pepperdine Law School in Los Angeles.

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