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Guerrilla Tactics in International Arbitration and Litigation

Do you want to have a detailed knowledge about what the Guerrilla Tactics in international arbitration and litigation mean and what are counsel’s and the arbitral tribunal’s tools to deal with those? Where does poor behavior end and guerrilla tactics start? How do arbitral institutions view the issue of Guerrilla Tactics? How may arbitral institutions and state courts support fighting Guerrilla Practices? How much state court support is desirable? 

If you are interested you may consider the invitation of the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum to attend the ICC YAF seminar in Vienna preceding the international conference “Guerrilla Tactics in International Arbitration and Litigation” organized by ICC Austria on Nov. 12 + 13, 2010.

The seminar is free of charge and will be an ideal forum for young practitioners to exchange thoughts on international arbitration, and to enrich their network in the region.

Date of the seminar: 11 November 2010, 2pm to 4:30pm

Venue: Austria Trend Hotel Europa, Executive Lounge, K?rntner Stra?e 18, 1010 Vienna

The main topics are:

-          Guerrilla Tactics – a definition & counsel’s and the arbitral tribunal’s tools to deal with those;

-          The view of arbitral institutions & what state court support may be expected/desired to fight Guerrilla Tactics

This ICC YAF seminar is followed by an ICC Austria Colloquium with Simon Greenberg, ICC Deputy Secretary General, at the same venue.

Topics include:

-          Arbitrators’ application of the Adverse Inference Rule: Analysis of ICC arbitral awards

-          Arbitrator challenge and removal process, and latest examples of its application

-          Award scrutiny process and examples of common pitfalls found by the Court

-          Is the Court tough enough on slow arbitrators?

For more information and registration, please contact:

Verena Schaden



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