Mediation Panel

The INSOL International Mediation Panel (IIMP) will focus on insolvency, restructuring and allied matters that emerge in the course of insolvency proceedings: this focus will enable parties to disputes in this area of commercial activity to have complete confidence that the mediator will be fully cognisant of the needs of all the parties to an insolvency; the need to be aware of costs, of the consequences of delay and of the need for the parties to be able to justify their decision to use mediation to resolve areas of concern.

While most mediation arises out of disputes, in insolvency proceedings, there are areas of uncertainty regarding rights, quantum, the efficacy or propriety of a proposed course of action, which may be suitable for the independent view of a mediator.

In some jurisdictions, it is accepted that superior courts may not have the experience or expertise to resolve complicated matters arising out of an insolvency case. The parties may find it appropriate to approach the INSOL International Mediation Panel.

It is also a matter of fact that the caseload facing many courts globally results in delays that may be tolerable in the ordinary course of business but which are completely inappropriate when the parties are trying to restructure a business haemorrhaging cash. In those cases, the INSOL International Mediation Panel will be able to assist in providing access to mediators able to act promptly and in full recognition of the needs of all parties.

The panel members are listed below. If you are interested in exploring the ways in which the IIMP panel members could assist with the resolution of current issues please contact Claire Broughton, Executive Director, at claireb@insol.ision.co.uk. Please indicate if you have any specific experience or jurisdiction requirements.

Panel Members

Name: Indra Charles
Current Position: Supreme Court Judge
Nationality: Saint Lucian
Previous Relevant Positions: High Court Judge, St. Lucia, BVI
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Justice Indra H. Charles attended the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados where she graduated with a Bachelor of Law Degree (Second-Class Honours) in 1981. In 1983, she gained the Legal Education Certificate from Sir Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad & Tobago. In 1985, she was awarded a post-graduate Diploma in International Relations from the University of the West Indies.

She practised law in the law chambers of Dr. Aeneas Wills, Senior Counsel in Trinidad & Tobago before serving as Magistrate, Registrar, Chief Registrar and Acting High Court Judge in St. Lucia.

She was appointed as a High Court Judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court in January 2000, and in January 2005, she was assigned to the Territory of the Virgin Islands serving until her early retirement on 5 January 2012. During her tenure as a High Court Judge, she had temporary assignments in the Commonwealth of Dominica, Saint Vincent & The Grenadines, Anguilla, St. Kitts and Nevis and Antigua & Barbuda, also serving as an Acting Court of Appeal judge on three occasions during her tenure.

In 6 January 2012, Justice Charles was appointed a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. She is an honorary member of the Bahamas Association of Mediators. She was the Chairman of the Mediation Committee in the British Virgin Islands for seven years.
   
 
 
 Name: Philip Crawford
 Current Position: Chairman of Partners, Henry Davis York
 Nationality: Australian
 Previous Relevant Positions: 

Solicitor since 1978

 National Mediation Accreditation (Australia) since 2012

 Business Languages: English
 Biography: 

Philip Crawford is a leading lawyer well respected across the legal profession in Australia.
With over 30 years of professional experience, Philip couples his exceptional technical skills with his robust industry knowledge of the law. Philip has been recognised as a leading individual in a number of publications for his expertise in restructuring and insolvency, litigation and dispute resolution.

From 1989 until 2004 Philip was the group leader of the Henry Davis York Litigation and Insolvency Group. In 2010 he was elected Chairman of Partners of Henry Davis York.

Philip is described as a leading individual in Restructuring & Insolvency by the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2013, 2012 and 2011. He is also recognised as an expert in Restructuring & Insolvency and Litigation in Expert Guides, the Legal Media Guide to the World's Leading Lawyers. He is recognised as a leading dispute resolution and restructuring & insolvency
practitioner in Chambers Asia Pacific 2013, 2012 and 2011. Philip is also recognised in Chambers Global 2012 and "best known for commercial, insolvency and bankruptcy litigation". He is also a "Recommended" lawyer in insolvency in the Doyles Guide to The Australian Legal Profession and a recognised expert in the Best Lawyers since 2009 for Insolvency and Reorganisation.

Philip is widely experienced in alternative dispute resolution and mediation and now conducts a mediation practice in his own right. He has conducted courses on mediation, and has participated in mediations in a wide range of areas including: insolvency; building disputes; insurance claims; estate matters; commercial disputes; common law and equity;
partnership issues, property disputes in family law and farm debt.
   
   Name: Glen Davis QC
 Current Position: Queen's Counsel, South Square
 Nationality:
 Previous Relevant Positions: 

Qualified CEDR mediator 1998

QC since 2011

Barrister since 1993
 Business Lanugages: English and some Spanish
 Biography: 

Glen Davis QC was educated at Balliol College, Oxford and City University, London, and holds a diploma in investment management from London Business School. He was called to the English Bar in 1992 after a first career as a journalist, television director and media executive. He has been a member of Chambers at South Square, Gray’s Inn, since 1993, and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2011. Glen has been involved in many of the major insolvencies of the past 20 years (including aspects of BCCI, Madoff, MF Global and Lehman) as well as enjoying a wider commercial practice. His contentious and advisory experience extends to banking and finance, financial services, insurance and reinsurance, shipping, company and partnership disputes, claims involving civil fraud and professional negligence. Glen is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and has been involved in numerous mediations.

In recent years Glen has also been developing his international and offshore practice. He has been called to the bar of the British Virgin Islands and of Gibraltar (for particular cases), and is licensed to practise in the courts of the Dubai International Financial Centre. He is a member of the panel of Senior Decision Makers of the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. He is often involved with cross-border insolvency cases with a Far Eastern and/or Caribbean dimension. He takes a particular interest in developments in Africa, where he has advised on aspects of insolvency and company law reform, and chairs the Africa Committee of the English Commercial Bar Association.

Glen is ranked by leading directories for his work in Insolvency and Restructuring, Financial Services, Company and Insurance and Reinsurance; he is described as bright, responsive, thorough, good to work with, friendly and approachable. His detailed and up-to-date CV can be found on-line at:

http://www.southsquare.com/glen-davis-qc 
   
Name: Hon. James M Farley (Ret)
Current Position: Senior Counsel, McCarthy Tetrault LLP, Toronto, Canada
Nationality: Canadian
Previous Relevant Positions:

Judge of Superior Court of Ontario 1989 - 2006

Queen's Counsel - 1982

Practicing solicitor 1968 - 89
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Mr. Farley was the Supervising Judge of the Commercial List in Toronto since its inception in 1991 until his retirement from the Court in 2006. In that role he was one of three judges in a pilot project regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution in the court system. He incorporated ADR procedures into the Commercial List and thereafter into the General List. He was an advocate for mediation not only in words but by demonstrated success in the many cases he dealt with as a mediator.

After his return to the bar, he concentrated on advice to clients and strategic planning internally with respect to insolvency matters and other complex corporate/commercial cases in addition to mentoring. In 2009, he was called by the Minister of Finance (Canada) to mediate to successful conclusion five collective agreements and pension programs with Air Canada and its unions plus separately the retirees when the airline was facing bankruptcy at a time of difficult labour relations.

As a judge and as a counsel in venues around the world, Mr. Farley has delivered papers and participated on panels dealing with insolvency and related topics. He has also assisted with respect to the development of standards and best practices involving insolvency issues. 
   
Name: Birgit Sambeth Glasner
Current Position: Attorney at law and Commercial Mediator, Partner at Altenburger Ltd, Geneva, Zurich and Lugano
Nationality: Swiss
Previous Relevant Positions:

Vice-Chair of the IBA Mediation Commission

Deputy judge, Geneva Courts

Legal & tax consultant with major accounting and law firms
Business Languages: French, German. English,  Spanish, Italian (Good understanding)
Biography:

Birgit Sambeth Glasner, LL.M. international banking (Boston University), chairs the Dispute resolution team of ALTENBURGER, Geneva. She is specialized in national and international dispute resolution trough negotiation, mediation, litigation and arbitration; judicial assistance in cross-border disputes, insolvencies and reorganizations, debt collection and bankruptcy law; as well as money laundering, white collar crime, asset tracing and freezing.

She is often designated as liquidator of distressed financial institutions by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA, represents creditors in Swiss, ancillary and international bankruptcies, and regularly takes an active part in various Creditors’ Committees.

Vice President of the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation, she serves as an accredited Mediator in topical international institutions such as IMI, IAM ICC, CEDR, CMAP and WIPO, and is a member of the European Advisory Board of CPR.

She is a sworn Mediator by the Geneva Courts, has mediated over 200 cases worldwide and has been elected as “Who’s Who Commercial Mediator” from 2011 to 2015.

She is listed at IMI International Mediation institute : https://imimediation.org/birgit-sambethglasner

Birgit Sambeth Glasner teaches and lectures on Mediation and Negotiation for law firms, organizations and universities worldwide, notably at Master Degrees in International Trade and in International Dispute Resolution.

She is the author of several contributions on the use of mediation in situations of insolvency, business recovery and reorganization.

Besides her position as Member of the Council of the Swiss Bar, she plays and active role in various national and international committees and is a member of the Swiss Insolvency Association. She is also a member of the IBA Insolvency Section and a past Vice-Chair of the IBA Mediation Committee. 
   
Name: Hon Arthur J Gonzalez (Ret)
Current Position: Senior Fellow, NYU School of Law
Nationality: American
Previous Relevant Positions:

Appointed Chief Judge in 2010

US Bankruptcy Judge 1995 - 2012, Southern District of NY
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Arthur J. Gonzalez was born in Brooklyn, New York. He received an undergraduate degree in accounting from Fordham University in 1969 and a master’s degree in education from Brooklyn College in 1974. Thereafter, he received a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law in 1982 and received an LL.M. in taxation from New York University School of Law in 1990. He began his legal career as an attorney in the Office of Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service earning the Chief Counsel’s Special Achievement Award for three consecutive years. Following his tenure at the IRS, he practiced with the firms of Pollner, Mezan, Stolzberg, Berger & Glass, P.C. and Gaston & Snow in New York City. He was appointed Assistant United States Trustee in the Southern District of New York in 1991 and United States Trustee for Region 2 (Second Circuit) in 1993, serving in that position until his appointment to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in 1995. At the completion of his first term in 2009, he was reappointed to another term and became Chief Judge in 2010. During his tenure on the bench, he has presided over numerous large Chapter 11 cases, including the Enron, WorldCom and Chrysler cases. Upon his retirement from the bench in March 2012, he became a Senior Fellow at NYU School of Law where he had served as an adjunct professor since 2008. Since his retirement he has been a court appointed examiner, independent monitor, mediator and arbitrator. 
   
Name: Hon Allan L Gropper (Ret)
Current Position: Mediator and arbitrator
Nationality: American
Previous Relevant Positions:

 
US Bankruptcy Judge 2000 - 2015, Southern District of NY
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Allan L. Gropper was appointed as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Southern District of New York on October 4, 2000. Prior thereto he was a member of the law firm of White & Case and represented clients in connection with many of the nation’s largest Chapter 11 cases, including Manville Corporation, Texaco, LTV Corporation, Federated Department Stores/Allied Stores Corp, Maxwell Communications Corp., MGM, United States Lines, Pan American World Airways, and Waterman Steamship Corp. He was also active in international insolvencies and restructurings and was located in the White & Case Hong Kong office during the year 1999-2000. Judge Gropper is a co-editor of a two-volume text entitled “International Insolvency” published in 2000, an adjunct professor of law at Fordham Law School, a member of the National Bankruptcy Conference and a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy. He is a graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School. 
Name: Hon. Mr. Justice Jonathan Harris
Current Position: Companies & Insolvency Judge, High Court, Hong Kong
Nationality: British
Previous Relevant Positions:

Senior Counsel
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Jonathan Harris became a judge of the High Court on 1 December 2009 and shortly thereafter was appointed the Judge in charge of the Companies and Insolvency Court. Mr Justice Harris moved to Hong Kong in 1983 as a trainee solicitor with an international law firm. He is qualified in England, Hong Kong and the Australian Capital Territory He remained in Hong Kong on qualification and practised as a solicitor for 10 years advising clients on various types of commercial issues in Hong Kong, Mainland China and other jurisdictions in Asia. He was a partner in Mallesons Stephen Jaques prior to joining the Bar in 1983. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2006. He is a member of INSOL, the International Insolvency Institute and a member of the Judicial Committee of the Academy of Experts in England.

Whilst in private practice Mr Justice Harris acquired considerable experience of alternative dispute resolution including sitting as an arbitrator. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators of which he was a Vice-President and an accredited mediator with both CEDR and the Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association.

He has a particular interest in the development of mediation and arbitration as a tool for resolving issues arising in liquidations particularly those with a cross-border component. 
   
  Name: Robert S Hertzberg
Current Position: Partner, Pepper Hamilton, New York & Detroit Michigan, USA
 Nationality: American
 Previous Relevant Positions: 

Past President, INSOL International
 Business Languages: English
 Biography: 

Mr. Hertzberg is co-chair of Pepper’s Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Practice Group. He has been practicing almost exclusively in the bankruptcy and restructuring field for more than 35 years, representing secured lenders, debtors, debtors-in-possession, trustees, creditors and creditors’ committees. He is admitted to practice both in the states of New York and Michigan.

Mr. Hertzberg is a past president of INSOL International and was a member of the board of INSOL International. Mr. Hertzberg is a fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy.

Mr. Hertzberg has written extensively on numerous bankruptcy topics and was the chair of the INSOL Technical Electronic Newsletter Editorial Board. He also has lectured throughout Europe, Africa, the Americas and the Far East on bankruptcy and restructuring issues, and participated in several Colloquiums at the United Nations that were hosted by UNCITRAL.

Mr. Hertzberg recently argued before the United States Supreme Court in the matter of United States of America v. Quality Stores, Inc., et al. Mr. Hertzberg also represented the City of Detroit as Special Litigation Counsel in their Chapter 9 bankruptcy. 
   
Name: Justice Ian R C Kawaley
Current Position: Chief Justice and Senior Commercial Judge of Supreme Court of Bermuda
Nationality: British / Bermudian
Previous Relevant Positions:

Puisne Judge 2003 - 2012

Commercial litigator 1989 – 2003
Business Languages: English and French (basic level)
Biography:

Justice Kawaley has worked in the cross-border insolvency field in Bermuda for over 25 years, including 12 years as a commercial judge. His experience includes insolvency of companies in the following fields: investment holding companies, insurance companies, mutual funds, segregated account companies and telecommunications companies. As a lawyer he was involved in representing creditors, debtors and liquidators in relation to both liquidations and restructurings. He gained extensive experience of working with insolvency professionals in other jurisdictions, in particular those in the USA, UK, Hong Kong and the Caribbean. As a judge, he has continued his active involvement with insolvency cases with a cross-border element to them. Through participating in INSOL / World Bank Judicial Colloquia and other conferences, Justice Kawaley has enjoyed meeting and interacting with insolvency judges from a variety of countries across the globe, including those jurisdictions with which Bermuda has strong commercial ties. He seeks to bring a multi-dimensional approach to the sphere of dispute resolution, combining commercial common sense and legal objectivity with a distinctly conciliatory personal disposition. 
   
Name: Justice Geoffrey W. M. Kiryabwire
Current Position: Judge of Court of Appeal & Constitutional Court, Uganda
Nationality: Ugandan
Previous Relevant Positions:

Justice and Head of the Commercial Court 2003 - 2013

CEO Pan World Insurance Company Limited Uganda 1999-2003

Advocate of High Court of Uganda 1987-2003
 
Business Languages: English
Biography: 

Justice Geoffrey Kiryabwire has been active in developing mediation and other forms of ADR in Uganda both as a Judge and prior to that as a Corporate Lawyer.
He has taught ADR to students of the uagndan Bar at the Law Development Centre Kampala and The International Law Institute-African Centre for Legal Excellence.
He has authored a number of papers on ADR and is a contributor to the book Arbitration in Africa.
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
   
Name: Dr Christoph Paulus
Current Position: Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin,

Vice-President of the International Insolvency Institute and Chair of the Academic Forum of INSOL Europe
Nationality: German
Previous Relevant Positions:

Consultant with IMF & World Bank
Business Languages: German and English
Biography:

Christoph G. Paulus is professor of law at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/Germany since 1994 – holding a chair for Civil Law, Civil Procedure Law, Insolvency Law and ancient Roman Law. Before that he was teaching i.a. at the Universities of Heidelberg, of Saarbrücken, and of Augsburg. He had studied law at the University of Munich, has written his Dissertation and Habiltationthere, and has done his LL.M. at the University of California in Berkeley. Being an expert primarily in insolvency law (including the rather new area of sovereign defaults), Prof. Paulus has worked repeatedly as a consultant both of the IMF and of the World Bank. Moreover, from 2006 through 2011, he had served as an adviser of the German delegation on the UNCITRAL insolvency law sessions. He has lectured worldwide and has held guest professorships at various universities such as Sydney (UofS), Paris (pantheon Assas); Shanghai (Tongji University); Cape Town (University of the Western Cape); Milano (Bocconi University); etc. Additionally, he is member of various international institutions such as the American College of Bankruptcy and the International Insolvency Institute (of which he is presently one of the four Vice-Presidents); since 2013, he is the Chair of the Academic Forum of INSOL Europe. His publications cover more or less the entire range of insolvency topics in national and cross-border insolvency law (cf. website – Prof. Paulus: http://paulus.rewi.hu-berlin.de). He has opined for various internationally well known cases and has appeared before English and U.S. courts as expert witness. 
   
Name: Hon. James M Peck (Ret)
Current Position: Senior of Counsel with Morrison & Foerster, New York
Nationality: American
Previous Relevant Positions:

Judge of US Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York
Business Languages: English
Biography:

Hon. James M. Peck, former United States Bankruptcy Judge, retired from the bench in 2014 and is now global co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Business Restructuring & Insolvency Group.

During his judicial career, Judge Peck presided over the chapter 11 and SIPA cases of Lehman Brothers and a number of other major chapter 11 and chapter 15 cases, including the chapter 11 cases of Iridium, Quebecor, Charter Communications, Extended Stay Hotels, and ION Media and the chapter 15 case of Japan Airlines. As a sitting judge, he also successfully mediated some of the most complex chapter 11 cases in the Southern District of New York including American Airlines, MF Global, Residential Capital, General Motors and Excel Maritime.

Judge Peck is a frequent speaker at insolvency conferences domestically and worldwide including those organized by the American Bankruptcy Institute, the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges, the American Bar Association, the Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors, the Commercial Law League of America, the Turnaround Management Association, The World Bank, INSOL International, INSOL Europe, the International Bar Association and the International Insolvency Institute.

He is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, serves as a director and member of the Executive Committee of the International Insolvency Institute, co-chairs the American Bankruptcy Institute’s advisory committee on the Bankruptcy Safe Harbors and prior to his retirement from the bench was on the Judicial Steering Committee of INSOL International and a member of the Board of Governors of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. Judge Peck is an adjunct professor of finance at NYU’s Stern School of Business where he teaches courses in corporate reorganization. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and NYU School of Law. 
   
Name: Ms Felicity R Toube QC
Current Position: Queens Counsel, South Square, England and Wales
Nationality: UK and US
Previous Relevant Positions:

Qualified ADR mediator 2014

QC 2011

Barrister since 1995
Busines Languages: English
Biography:

Felicity Toube QC is an ADR Group Accredited Civil & Commercial Mediator.

As a practitioner, she specialises in domestic and cross-border insolvency and restructuring, banking and financial services, commercial litigation, civil fraud, and company law. Felicity appears in the Cayman Islands on a regular basis. She also acts as an expert in international proceedings in English law, as well as the law of other common law jurisdictions.

Felicity has acted in relation to most of the recent major corporate restructurings or insolvencies and related litigation including most recently in Saad, Madoff, Lehman, Stanford, Rastogi, Nortel, SPhinX, Sigma, Landsbanki, MF Global, and Rafidain Bank.

Felicity is widely recognised in all the legal directories as an expert in several fields. She is ranked by Legal 500 2014 as a Leading Silk for Insolvency, described as "very clear-thinking and practical, a first choice for difficult and high-value insolvency matters".

The following comments about her are taken from Chambers and Partners 2015:

"a gifted advocate and intelligent adviser".

"A strong advocate, who is very knowledgeable about insolvency law."

"She is tremendous as she's super-bright, very user-friendly and is able to handle clients very well."

"Highly praised by instructing solicitors, who value her practical approach and exemplary work ethic. Focuses on corporate insolvency cases, many of them in European and Caribbean jurisdictions. She is extremely responsive, is very quick to grasp the issues and delivers clear and pragmatic advice."

"She is admired for the technical expertise she exhibits when handling a range of company law matters. A frequent choice for offshore work. She is an excellent lawyer who focuses on the key issues and provides sound commercial advice."


Felicity also publishes widely, including as editor and contributor to Toube on "International Asset Tracing in Insolvency" (OUP) and as a Board Member of Insolvency Intelligence. 
   
 Name: Dr. Bob Wessels
Current Position: Deputy Justice, Court of Appeal, The Hague
Member Joint Board of Appeal of the three European Supervisory Authorities
 Nationality: Dutch
Previous Relevant Positions: 
Emeritus Pro. International Insolvency Law, University of Leiden;
Past Chairman Academic Forum of INSOL Europe;
Emeritus Director of the Board of International Insolvency Institute (III).
Consultant with IMF, World Bank and European Commission
Business Languages: Dutch, English
Biography: 

Bob Wessels (1949) is an independent legal counsel, advisor and arbitrator. He was professor of International Insolvency Law, University of Leiden, Leiden Law School (2007-2014) and Professor of Civil and Commercial Law, Vrije University Amsterdam (1988-2008).
On matters of business rescue and insolvency he served as consultant to IMF (Indonesia), World Bank (Georgia), the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice and the European Commission.
He advised with legal opinions or acted as an expert witness in European or international insolvency related questions in Dutch courts as well as in courts in Austria, Belgium, England, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Switzerland and USA.
He published (in Dutch) hundreds of articles in leading legal journals and some twenty-five books. He is the single author of: Wessels Insolventierecht (Wessels Insolvency Law), a 10 Volume series, published by Kluwer, The Netherlands.
He is the author of the European Communication & Cooperation Guidelines for Cross-border Insolvency (‘CoCo Guidelines’, 2007, with professor Miguel Virgós, Madrid). These have been used e.g. in the Lehman Brothers and Nortel Network protocols. With professor Ian Fletcher (University College London) he was reporter on the American Law Institute – International Insolvency Institute’s Global Principles for Cooperation in International Insolvency Cases (2012). He is the principle drafter of EU Cross-Border Insolvency Court-to-Court Cooperation Principles (‘EU JudgeCo Principles’) (2015), sponsored by the European Union, to assist European courts in their cross-border communication and cooperation in cross-border insolvency cases. All these documents have been drafted in consultation of large groups of practitioners and judges. He also published International Insolvency Law, Deventer: Kluwer, 3rd ed., 2012, 1232 pp. His articles haven been published in law journals in Belgium, Canada, China, England, Estonia, Germany, Netherlands, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and the USA.
He held visiting professorships in Frankfurt, Pretoria, New York and Latvia.
He is Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, Member of the American Law Institute;
Member of the European Law Institute, and Honorary Member of INSOL Europe.
   
Name: Wisit Wisitsora-At
Current Position:

Chief Inspector-General, Ministry of Justice, Bangkok, Thailand
Nationality: Thai
Previous Relevant Positions:

Former judge of the Supreme Court of  Thailand

Chair of UNCITRAL Working Group V on insolvency matters 1999 - date
Business Languages: Thai and English
Biography:

Mr. Wisit Wisitsora-At, 50, received his legal education from Thammasat University, Thailand and University of Wales, U.K. He was also called to the Bar in both countries. After many years of working as a judge, he later returned to assist the Thai Ministry of Justice to deal with law reform. His contribution includes the Bankruptcy reform in Thailand after the Asian economic crisis. 
 
   













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