Date, time & venue
2018-07-05;6:30pm - 8:00pm;Chan Yat Mei Sophie Room – 9/F
Organised by HKIE-AMC,
CAD & EVD
Supported BY HKCAC
Evaluative mediation has been promoted by the
Department of Justice in the last three years starting on the specialised IP
(Intellectual Properties) disputes, with a purpose to gain efficiency and
effectiveness to results through focused mediation practice over the
conventional, general, facilitative style. In the Mediate-First Pledge
Anniversary Conference May 2018, the DOJ has manifestly expressed to explore
evaluative mediation for general applications.
The crux to success in evaluative mediation lies on
specialisation on custom-designed mediation process to be conducted by
specialised mediators with expertise on the subjects of the dispute.
Evaluative mediator will be entrusted by the parties on his / her specialised
capabilities to provide credible evaluation during evaluative mediation
whereupon the parties vest their reliance in search for the best way to settle
their disputes amicably.
Specialisation on resolution of construction disputes
through specialised construction arbitration, mediation, adjudication and
expert witness has always been the core business of HKCAC since establishment
in 2006. In 2009, between the two prevalent styles, evaluative and
facilitative mediation, HKCAC developed, promulgated and promote the practice
of Specialised Facilitative Mediation (SFM) taking the best of both
worlds. In the advent of evaluative mediation becoming a trend in Hong
Kong, HKCAC will provide in the HKIE seminar insights and practical use between
evaluative, SFM and general facilitative mediation styles, and how parties and
mediators can procure better results in getting to settlement of construction
disputes in mediation.
Powerpoint in English and presentation in Cantonese with
Dr CHEE Wai Hung Simon is by profession an Architect,
Authorised Person, Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Mediator, Dispute Resolution
Advisor / Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Advisor, and an expert
witness. Academically on dispute resolution, he acquired the MAArbDR,
LLM(Dist) and Doctor in Juridical Science, and gives lectures at the University
of Hong Kong, the HK Polytechnic University, the HK City University. He
is the founder / President of the Hong Kong Construction Arbitration Centre,
Limited inaugurated in 2006, and its programme leader on the qualification training
and assessment for construction arbitrators, mediators, adjudicators and expert
witnesses since 2009. He is the Chairman of the HKIA Contract and Dispute
Resolution Committee from 2013 till present, a member of the Board of Practice,
and the programme leader for the 3 courses on Adjudicators Accreditation
Programmes 2016-17. He gives lectures for the Housing Authority and the
Construction Industry Council, and seminars on numerous occasions on
construction dispute prevention and resolutions in HK and PRC for HKCAC, JMHO,
HKIArb, HKIS, ICE(HK), HKICM, HKGBCA, HKCSA, IVE, IoQ.
The seminar is free of charge with maximum of participants
of 80. For registration, please complete the online enrollment form in Associate
Members Committee website (http://amc.hkie.org.hk/).
Successful applicants will be notified before the event. For enquiries,
please contact Mr. Benjamin Lam at email@example.com
Attendance certificate will be awarded after seminar.