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Current Trends in Commercial Judicial Review
This seminar looks at trends in the use of commercial judicial review including issues of procedure that corporate entities and individuals face.
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Webinar Via Zoom
About the event
Judicial review is an important tool for business seeking to protect their commercial interests. Regulatory authorities in markets across the common law world have experienced an increase in the use of judicial review to challenge their decisions and policies as companies and individuals seek to protect their commercial and business interests through this recourse to the courts. This seminar looks at trends in the use of commercial judicial review including issues of procedure that corporate entities and individual face, the ways in which general principles of judicial review have been particularized to the commercial context, the approach of the courts when reviewing decisions and policies that impact on economic and business interests and the diversification of litigation strategy used by practitioners in other markets in the common law world.
- 10:00 am Welcome & Introductions
- 10:10 am Presentation
- 11:40 am Q&A
- 12 noon End of event
SILE CPD points: 2
Practice Area: Corporate/Commercial
Training Level: Intermediate
About the Speaker
Swati Jhaveri B.A. (Oxon), B.CL. (Oxon) previously practiced law at Allen & Overy, specializing in commercial litigation, regulatory disputes and international commercial arbitration. She is a solicitor of the High Courts of the Hong Kong SAR and England and Wales and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She has previously taught at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore and the Faculty of Law of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and is currently an Associate Fellow of the Asian Law Centre at the Melbourne Law School.
She specializes in administrative and regulatory law and has published widely in these areas in Public Law, the Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, Federal Law Review, the Tort Law Review, and the International Journal of Constitutional Law and with leading academic publishers including, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Hart Publishing. While at CUHK, she was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Exemplary Teaching Award. She was also awarded a competitive research grant from the General Research Fund of the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong to investigate the impact of judicial review on legislative process and content. At NUS, she was awarded the Faculty and University’s Annual Teaching Excellence Awards for the 2013/2014, 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 academic years and was eventually placed on the University’s Honour Roll for Sustained Excellence in Teaching. Swati obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Jurisprudence (First Class Honours) and Bachelor of Civil Law (Distinction) from the University of Oxford, where she is currently pursuing a DPhil in Law.
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