CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PD53008 - 08 Oct 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53122 - 22 Oct 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53205 - 05 Nov 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53312 - 12 Nov 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53419 - 19 Nov 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53526 - 26 Nov 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates
PD53603 - 03 Dec 2020Virtual Session - USD 75 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PD530

Date

08 - 08 Oct 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD531

Date

22 - 22 Oct 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD532

Date

05 - 05 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD533

Date

12 - 12 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD534

Date

19 - 19 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD535

Date

26 - 26 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

Code

PD536

Date

03 - 03 Dec 2020

Venue

Virtual Session

Early Bird Fee

-

Fee

USD 75

About this Virtual Training Series

The 12 series of discussion sessions have been developed to expose the pitfalls of default dispute resolution clause and consequences faced by the parties. Each 2-hour session is devoted to one specific challenge, related case study, applicable legal principles, and recommendations for managing your business amicably and profitably.

The 12 topics are:

  1. Anatomy of Default Dispute Resolution Clauses
  2. Amending or Avoiding the Default Clause When Dispute has Erupted
  3. Stages or Tiers in a Dispute Resolution Clause
  4. Multiple or Conflicting Dispute Resolution Clauses
  5. Role of Mediation in Resolving International Maritime Disputes
  6. Forum Shopping for Litigation or Arbitration
  7. Applying Security for Costs in Arbitration or Courts
  8. Arresting Ship for Security for Claim or for Costs
  9. Multi-party Dispute Resolution Clause
  10. Estimating and Controlling Costs of Dispute Resolution Forums
  11. Drafting and Reviewing the Dispute Resolution Clause
  12. Lessons Learned and Recap of 11 Sessions of Dispute Resolution Clause

Download the brochure for more details about each session.

The sessions will occur every Thursday of the month, beginning from 13 August 2020.

There will be one or two additional guest presenters from the industry and legal professionals, representatives of Arbitration Centres, and other ADR Institutions. A new guest may be invited for each session according to the expertise in the maritime sector and the topic of discussion, to address the questions and issues raised by the participants prior to and during the live sessions.

  1. These 12 sessions are extensively researched and from practitioners’ perspectives to assist the parties. This workshop should not be confused with full VILT session style presentations.
  2. You can submit questions to be addressed during the virtual session without identifying yourself to other participants.
  3. The access to the virtual platform can be via any devices (laptop, mobile phones or notepads) with good internet connection, from anywhere in the world. However, it is highly recommended to use your laptops / desktops for better understanding of the content to be presented.
  4. The detailed instructions will be sent prior to the session with individual access code.
  5. You are highly encouraged to be interactive during the virtual session

This virtual session is recommended for:

  • OSV Owners
  • Charterers and Offshore Field Operations Managers
  • Commercial and Marketing Directors
  • Corporate Legal Counsels
  • Practicing Maritime Lawyers interested in OSV Sectors
  • Fleet Managers and Superintendents
  • Operations Managers
  • Masters
  • Post-fixture Managers
  • Investment Analysts and Offshore Credit Risk Managers of Financial Institutions
  • Managers from Platform Operators
  • Organizations engaged in Offshore E & P Projects

Delivery of Virtual Session

The virtual session will be delivered online comprising 12 sessions of 2 hours per session, with 75 minutes allocated for presentation and 45 minutes of Q & A. Participants can submit questions prior to or during the session.

Jayems Dhingra is the practicing Chartered Arbitrator and Principal Management Consultant. He specializes in the fields of corporate management consultancy, international contracts reviews and Alternative Dispute Resolutions. Over a 44-year period, Jayems has worked and consulted in the industry verticals encompassing, Oil & Gas majors, EPCIC Contractors, Construction Projects, Shipping, Logistics & Warehousing, and international shipyards. Jayems has also worked as a consultant to the Infrastructure Development Projects, Oil & Gas Pipe Laying Contracts, Ports, Offshore Supply Bases, Shipyards and Owners of Oil & Gas Tankers, Dry Bulkers, Drill Ships, OSVs and FPSO’s.

His consulting expertise traverses through Business Process Re-engineering, Diversifications, Corporate Development, Project Management, Feasibility Studies, Dispute Resolutions and Market Research. He has been engaged for strategic planning, including assignments like due diligence, resolving various operational issues, consortium contracts reviews, cost controls, project management matters and enhancement of procurement and supply chain management systems. Jayems has successfully assisted offshore E & P clients in managing disputes arising from various international EPCIC projects, contracts for rig building, ships upgrading & conversion projects. He continues to be actively engaged in claims reviews, adjudication, mediation, arbitration, litigation and expert witness related assignments, arising from international construction contracts and Charter Party Agreements.

Jayems has held positions of General Manager and Consultant with major Shipyards and Managing Director, General Manager and Senior Manager, with the companies from construction industry, heavy engineering fabrications, and marine & offshore services sectors. He was responsible for the projects related to the works on Offshore Vessels refurbishment, FPSO Conversions, Gas Tanker Repairs, Process Modules engineering, Lateral Gas and Oil Pipelines’ and other (EPCIC) construction related works. He has developed special methodologies for managing CMGD (Complex, Multiple, Geographically Dispersed) projects.

Jayems graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, MBA in General Management, Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering, Master of Science in Maritime Studies and LL.M. (IP Laws). He holds professional qualifications in arbitration law, contract law, intellectual property laws and marine engineering, including the Chief Engineer’s First-Class Certificate of Competency. He is currently engaged in the field of intellectual property, trademarks, copyrights and patents protection related studies and investments treaty related matters, besides Oil & Gas and Energy Sectors.

Jayems is ‘Fellow’, Asian Institute of ADR (‘FAIADR’); Member, Maritime Law Association of Singapore, Fellow, Hong Kong Institute of Directors (FHKIoD) and Member, Singapore Institute of Directors (M.S.I.D.) He is also a Member of Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), USA and several other international organizations.

Jayems regularly undertakes appointments as Arbitrator for resolving international disputes. He is admitted to the panel of arbitrators with ACICA & AMTAC, Sydney, Australia; AIAC, Malaysia; DIAC, Dubai, (UAE); KCAB, Korea; SCCA, Saudi Arabia; SCMA, Singapore; HKIAC, Hong Kong; VIAC, Vienna, Austria; ICA, Delhi, India; WIPO Arbitration & Mediation Centre; and Past Member, ICCA, PCA Hague, Netherlands, LCIA, London. He is also an empaneled Adjudicator and Mediator with AIAC, Malaysia and Accredited Mediator of CMC, Ministry of Law, Singapore.

Learn what past participants have said about PetroEdge training courses

Jayems is an obvious world class expert in Maritime Law Y & C/P Management. He has prepared an excellent course of sessions and genuinely tried to pass his experience to attendants. Anyone in OSV Chartering Business will benefit greatly from attending this course.

Assistant Contracts Manager, Maridive & Oil Services

Jayems is a good consultant and very professional and knowledgeable. He raised my interest in knowing more into maritime laws.

Senior Buyer, Bibby Offshore

Superb presentation by Jayems Dhingra. Definitely a Guru!

Head of Marine Audit, Icon Offshore

Knowledgeable and experienced trainer. A very practical approach to understanding OSV chartering & CP Management.

Asst Loading Master, Shell Phillipines Exploration BV

This training course exceeded my expectations. Mr Jayems is very effective and answers our questions in a simple and easy-to-understand manner. One word ‘Superb’.

Marine Captain, Sarawak Shell