The Selection Round of the National Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition (EACh Arbitral Moot) took place in Kyiv.
The National Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition (EACh Arbitral Moot) is the annually held international moot court competition owned by the European Arbitration Chamber (EACh), hosted at the Kyiv Institute of International Relations and supported by Cai & Lenard Law firm.
Kiev Arbitration Days will take place in Kiev, Ukraine, on 15 and 16 November 2012 under the auspices of the Ukrainian Bar Association.
On 4 and 5 March 2011, the Vienna Arbitration Days, the leading arbitration conference in Austria, took place for the fourth time. Over 240 arbitration practitioners from more than 25 countries followed the call of the organizers, the Austrian Arbitration Association ArbAut, the editors of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration and the Young Austrian Arbitration Practitioners YAAP, and came to Vienna.
The leading arbitration conference in Austria (the Austrian Conference for Arbitration Practitioners, Vienna, Austria, 4-5 March 2011) is being supported by the leading arbitration institutions and associations. It offers the opportunity to meet arbitration practitioners from all over the world, with a focus on the Central and Eastern European arbitration world.
This year’s topics are:
- Arbitration goes Brussels (the intended modifications to the Brussels I directive, critique and practical consequences; other interfaces of community law and arbitration);
- Witness and expert evidence in arbitration: Efficiency vs. ethics, clash of different ethics, impact of professional rules and disciplinary bodies;
- Arbitration rules on the move (ICC-Rules, UNCITRAL Rules and others);
Keynote address: Recent trends in arbitration in the CEE-region.
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators commenced collection of information on the costs of international commercial arbitration proceedings. The aim is to gather data which will inform parties, legal representatives, and arbitrators about the overall costs of international commercial arbitration. The survey is also gathering data about how those costs are made up, the allocation of costs by arbitrators and the extent to which these may depend upon the nature of the dispute, the seat of arbitration, the amount in dispute, the composition of the arbitral tribunal and the costs incurred prior to, and during, the arbitration.
The findings will be analyzed and disseminated through a report and a conference, organized by CIArb, which will take place on 27 – 28 September 2011 in London, England.
Wie Sie wahrscheinlich wissen, ist der Willem C. Vis Arbitration Moot einer der weltweit gr??ten Studentenwettbewerbe in den Rechtswissenschaften. Die Teilnehmer erstellen ab Anfang Oktober auf der Grundlage eines realit?tsnah aufgearbeiteten Sachverhalts in einem fiktiven Schiedsgerichtsverfahren Schrifts?tze als Kl?ger- und Beklagtenvertreter und bereiten m?ndliche Pl?doyers vor.
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?
On 23 November 2010 Ukrainian Bar Association organizes 1st Ukrainian International Conference "International Dispute Resolution: Ukraine, Russia and CIS countries"
The conference provides a unique opportunity for dispute resolution lawyers and in-house counsels from Western countries and CIS to discuss practical issues of cross-border litigation and international arbitration. The conference will also address differences in various jurisdictions and how to deal with exchange of experience.
The program will take the form of a debate, titled "All or Nothing - A Debate on the production of documents", and will be moderated by Patricia Shaughnessy (Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, Sweden) and Mark Kantor (Georgetown University, Washington, USA).
The separation of the state courts’ and of the arbitrators’ respective spheres of competence, which is uncontroversial with respect to the merits of a dispute, is much more problematic in relation to summary proceedings, i.e. proceedings aimed at obtaining a rapid decision on one or more aspects of dispute. Whether, and to what extent, arbitral tribunals and state courts have jurisdiction to hear applications for summary judgments in the presence of an arbitration agreement on merits of the dispute, is one of the major problems of international arbitration, and the solutions adopted differ significantly from one jurisdiction to another.
Annette Magnusson is the new Secretary General at the Arbitrations Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, the SCC. On Monday 17 May she will speak on the topic “The future of arbitration in Sweden – challenges and opportunities” during the seminar to be hosted by Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. So – take the opportunity and ask Annette Magnusson her opinions on how arbitration will develop in Sweden!
ICC presents “International Contracts: Study of a mock case under the ICC Rules of Arbitration (PIDA training in English and French)”, 17 - 20 May 2010 ICC - 38, Cours Albert 1er, 75008 Paris, France.
Drawn upon the experience of renowned arbitrators in a multicultural and international environment, the training will meet the practical needs of those involved in international trade and will simulate ICC arbitration, highlighting differences in cultures and legal practices.
Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business and Boundary Disputes in the Energy Sector
On 19 April 2010 the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) jointly present a panel of international corporate counsel and arbitration experts in an important conference covering many aspects of global energy disputes.
The conference is held by Juris Conferences LLC with the support of the International Arbitral Centre of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber, Young Austrian Arbitration Practitioners, the International Law Institute, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. It will take place in Vienna, Austria 29 March 2010.