Courses on Arbitration-Related Topics

Courses on Arbitration-Related Topics

 

The programme is designed to provide practitioners with an opportunity for in-depth training in commercial arbitration and will be focused on the role of courts in relation to arbitration.

This course provides a concise introduction to the basic foundations and key elements of arbitration and also its role in the broader context of dispute resolution.  Special attention will be given to the law of arbitration in Iran. 

Session: Two
Dates: 05-06 September 2018

Lecturers:

·         Dr Morteza Shahbazinia (President at Nationalwide Union of Iranian Bar Associations/ Arbitrator/ Faculty Member) and

·         Dr Homayoon Rezaei Nejad (Judge of Iranian District Court, District of Tehran)

Topics include:

·         Recourse against awards

·         Recognition and enforcement of awards

·         Ancillary action in arbitration

·         Security and provisional measures in arbitration

Stockholm: The Swedish Arbitration Days 2018

 

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September 6, 2018 – September 7, 2018

On 6–7 September 2018 the Swedish Arbitration Association will host its biennial international conference Swedish Arbitration Days.

Venue : The event will take place at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm.

The topic of the Swedish Arbitration Days 2018 will be Advocacy in International Arbitration.

The conference will bring together some of the most renowned and prominent arbitration practitioners from around the world to address the fine art of advocacy at the various phases of an arbitration. Join us at the conference to hear from practitioners acting as counsel sharing their experiences on best practices and tools available to counsel as well as leading arbitrators shedding light on what methods appeal to tribunals the most – and what do not.

Sessions :

Session 1 – Strategy in Written Advocacy


Session 2 – Best Practices in Written Advocacy


Session 3 – The Client’s Witnesses


Session 4 – The Opposing Party’s Witnesses


Session 5 – Use of Rhetoric in Hearings

Session 6 – Using Your Airtime Wisely at Hearings: What to Focus on and What to Leave out

Reference : https://swedisharbitration.se/event/swedish-arbitration-days-2018/

 


2nd Annual GAR Live Damages

 

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Thursday, 13 September 2018, 2 London Wall Place, London, EC2Y 5AU, United Kingdom

 The GAR Live Question time – what’s still going wrong when it comes to assessing and quantifying damages?

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Arbitrators are not mathematicians – but should they be? The assessment and quantification of damages continue to be thorny issues when it comes to international arbitration and, despite the paramount importance of damages, concerns still arise. What still goes wrong and how can these issues be rectified? Moreover, can they be rectified solely by arbitrators, or is expert assistance required?

their esteemed panel will discuss questions submitted by the audience and moderator in advance.

Approaches on new technologies and tools to help resolution of damage issues

Venue : 2 London Wall Place, London, EC2Y 5AU, United Kingdom

Reference : http://gar.live/damages2018

 

 


ICC India Arbitration Conference

 

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In continuation of ICC India Arbitration Conference series, this conference will bring together leading practitioners to discuss key issues in domestic and international arbitration, with a special focus on Indian practice and experiences under the ICC Arbitration Rules; the Expedited Procedure and the Court’s policy decisions on transparency.

This conference organized by ICC India and the ICC International Court of Arbitration will provide an active platform for participants to express their views and engage in interactive debates.

The opening session will be followed by two panel discussions involving Indian and Foreign practitioners.

Topics include ‘ICC and Institutional Arbitration vs. Ad-Hoc Arbitration’ and ‘Role of Courts: Pre-Arbitration, During and Post Arbitration’.

Who should attend?

All in-house counsel, legal practitioners, arbitrators and academics interested in the field of dispute resolution. The conference is also open to business people who wish to learn more about arbitration as an option for Dispute Resolution in India.

Venue

Park Hyatt Hyderabad (The Drawing Room)
Road No 2, Banjara Hills
Hyderabad – 500034, Telangana

July 28, 2018 @ 12:30 pm – 6:00 pm

 

Travel and Accommodation

Travel and hotel expenses are not included. Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements and hotel reservations.

 

Practice Building Summer Retreat on the “Art of Persuasion”

 

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The young arbitration practitioners from Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Austria invite you to join their Practice Building Summer Retreat on the "Art of Persuasion". In interactive work sessions, you will tackle topics such as vocal expression, effective witness examination and presentation tech tools 2.0 under the guidance of a prominent faculty of arbitration and presentation experts .

Date: Friday/Saturday 13 - 14 July 2018
Venue: Landgut Stober, Berlin (Germany) 

After the Friday working sessions, there will be plenty of time for meeting old and new friends over drinks and dinner. Saturday opens with breaking arbitration news from Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Austria, followed by an easy bike (or even easier taxi) ride to Ribbeck castle and a relaxed lunch. The registration fee is EUR 180. It covers the seminar as well as dinner and pre-dinner drinks on Friday and lunch on Saturday.

Reference : http://www.arbitration-austria.at/index.php?option=com_icagenda&view=event&id=84:joint-asab40-dis40-arbit-yaap-summer-retreat-2&Itemid=646

ICC YAF: How can we lay the “fourth arbitrator” to rest? Re-evaluating the Regulation of Arbitral Secretaries

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During this event, a panel of leading practitioners in the field will be sharing their thoughts on the regulation of arbitral secretaries.

Almost two decades ago the arbitral community first recognised the spectre of arbitral secretaries as the ‘fourth arbitrator’. Yet despite greater regulation and codification of the role of arbitral secretaries, this perception remains widespread. Recognising that this can only be detrimental to the legitimacy of the arbitral process, the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (ICC YAF) is organizing an event to explore how – finally – we can lay the ‘fourth arbitrator’ to rest.

Who should attend?

This conference is aimed at young arbitration practitioners of approximately 40 years or under: counsel, arbitrators, corporate counsel or academics. The ICC YAF Conference is an ideal forum for young practitioners to exchange thoughts on international arbitration and to enrich their network in the region.

Venue

Norton Rose Fulbright
3 More London Riverside
London SE1 2AQ

July 24, 2018 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm