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'Commercial arbitration and mediation in Lanka'

Manage right (Pvt.) Ltd. is organising a seminar on Commercial Arbitration and Mediation in Sri lanka at the Colombo Hilton on June 7. The topics to be covered are - The Arbitration Act No. 11 of 1995 and its relevance to Corporate Companies; The Commercial Mediation Centre Act No. 44 of 2000, Temporal and territorial Scope of the Act. Practical aspects of Mediation.

The main objective of the seminar is to provide an indepth knowledge to the participants drawn from the Commercial, State Enterprises, State Corporations, Statutory Bodies and Banks of the legal and practical advantages of resolving Commercial and Business disputes through Arbitration and Mediation. The seminar will address the issues relating to local and international dispute resolutions. Participants will benefit immensely on this new procedure and practice which is gaining momentum and importance currently in Sri Lanka.

The seminar is targeted at Chief Executives, Company Directors, Company Secretaries, Legal Officers, Corporate Affairs Managers, Marketing, Sales, Commercial, Import Export, Leasing, Bank, Administration, Personnel, Shipping and Computer Managers.

The seminar will be held from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. and will be conducted by Dr. Harsha Cabral, PhD in Corporate Law (University of Canberra), Attorney-at-Law (Sri Lanka), Saleem Marsoof, Additional Solicitor General and Mrs. Dhara Wijeyatileka, Secretary, Ministry of Justice who will speak on the Legal Aspects of Commercial Arbitration, Practical Aspects of Commercial Arbitration and Mediation.

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