Sixteen specialist panels will examine Cultural Considerations in International Arbitration:

  • Bridging the Divide – Civil vs. Common Law
  • Ad-hoc or Institutional Arbitration – The Good and the Bad
  • Procedure Under the UNCITRAL Model Rules
  • Drafting the Arbitration Clause – Addressing the Issues
  • Anti-suit Injunctions – Protection of Legal and Equitable Rights
  • Arbitration and the Feeling of Justice – Matching Client Expectations with Reality
  • Interim Measures – Facilitating the Arbitral Process
  • Arbitrator Duties of Disclosure; Discovery in International Arbitration

Binding Non-signatories to International Arbitral Awards and Current Trends in International Arbitration as well as Collaborative Mediation in Complex Cases, Mediating a Construction Dispute, Mediating a Commercial Dispute, Enforcement of a Mediated Settlement Agreement In three open fora, moderated by renowned experts, participants will discuss their favorite ADR war stories, avoiding the mediation potholes and “Faster, Cheaper & More Confidential” is it fact or fiction”

The conference provides two full days of program and the Center for International Legal Studies will certify up to 2 hours CLE and/or 1.5 hours CPD credit per 90-min conference session attended.

Structure

The conference starts on Thursday, 15 June at 6.30 p.m. with a cocktail reception and a tour of the palace. Sessions will run all day Friday and Saturday. The conference concludes with a dinner on Saturday. The language of the conference is English.

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