11-12Oct

2nd ICC Peru Arbitration Day

Lima, Peru, • Spanish

The second edition of the ICC Peruvian Arbitration Day will focus on how to avoid corruption in arbitral proceedings, how to manage illegal evidence, implications of criminal investigations on the arbitral proceedings, and the responsibility of arbitrators and arbitral institutions.

Description

The ICC International Court of Arbitration and the Commission on Arbitration & ADR of ICC Peru are organizing the second edition of the ICC Peruvian Arbitration Day in Lima.

The ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (ICC YAF) is organizing a conference on the eve of the 2nd ICC Peruvian Arbitration Day. The program and additional details will be available shortly.

Who should attend?

Practicing lawyers, corporate counsels, in-house counsel, arbitrators and other dispute resolution services practitioners, academics and professionals involved and/or interested in obtaining further knowledge and keep up to date with domestic and international arbitration in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Programme

17:30 – 20:00ICC YAF Conference
20:00 – 22:00Welcoming cocktail for speakers, participants and special guests of the 2nd ICC Peru Arbitration Day
12 October 2018
8:00-9:00Participants registration
9:00-9:15Welcome remarks
9:15-10:15Panel on “The role of arbitral tribunals against corruption”

·         Corruption in international commercial contracts

·         Corruption in investment contracts

·         Competence, arbitrality and international public order

·         Cases of corruption in construction contracts in Latin America

10:15-10:30Q & A session
10:30-10:45Coffee break
10:45-11:45Panel on “Points of interaction between arbitration and criminal law”

·         Should arbitrators investigate the acts of corruption and report them to the authorities?

·         Implications of the criminal investigations in arbitral proceedings

·         Criminal actions against arbitral tribunals to hinder the arbitration

·         Fraudulent arbitrations

11:45-12:00Q & A session
12:00 – 12:15Presentation on “Arbitrator Inteligence”
12:15-13:30Networking lunch
13:30-14:30Responsibilities of arbitrators and arbitral institutions

·         Civil responsibility of arbitrators

·         Criminal responsibility of arbitrators

·         Arbitrators corruption

·         Institutional measures to maintain the integrity and ethics of the arbitrators

14:30-14:45Q & A session
14:45-15:15Coffee break
15:15-16:30Mock case: Deliberation of the arbitral tribunal

·         Jurisdiction matters by initiative of the arbitral tribunal

·         Possibility of applying iura novit arbiter

·         The future of precautionary measures

·         The distribution of arbitral costs

·         Dissenting opinions

·         Comments of the ICC Court

16:30-16:45Q & A session
16:45-17:00Conclusions and closing remarks
Kathy AmesWinston & Strawn (Washington D.C.)
Michelle BarclayCMS Grau (Lima)
Kate Brown de VejarCurtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP (Mexico City)
Alfredo BullardMember of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in representation of Perú; Bullard Falla Ezcurra+ (Lima)
Alex CamposCampos Abogados en Infraestructura (Lima)
Salvador FonsecaHolland & Knight (Mexico City)
Eric FrancoEngie Perú (Lima)
Mauricio GommGST LLP (Miami)
Katherine González ArrochaDirector for the Americas of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (Panama City)
Tomás LeonardGreenberg Traurig (Washington D.C.)
Alexis MartínezSquire Patton Boggs (London)
Carmen Núñez-LagosHogan Lovells (Paris)
Cecilia O’NeillUniversidad del Pacífico (Lima)
Lucía OlavarríaEstudio Echecopar asociado a Baker & McKenzie International (Lima)
Elsa OrtegaOrtega & Gómez Ruano, S.C. (Mexico City)
Catherine RogersFounder and Executive Director of Arbitrator Intelligence (Pennsylvania)
Roger RubioInternational Arbitration Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Lima)
Marco SchnablSkadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Affiliates (New York)
Ignacio Suárez AnzorenaClifford Chance LLP (Washington D.C.)
María del Carmen TovarPresident of the Commission on Arbitration & ADR of ICC Peru; Estudio Echecopar asociado a Baker McKenzie International (Lima)
Jean-Marie VulliemanFRORIEP Legal SA (Geneva)
Allan Wagner TizónPresident of ICC Peru (Lima)

Speakers

Kathy AmesWinston & Strawn (Washington D.C.)
Michelle BarclayCMS Grau (Lima)
Kate Brown de VejarCurtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP (Mexico City)
Alfredo BullardMember of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in representation of Perú; Bullard Falla Ezcurra+ (Lima)
Alex CamposCampos Abogados en Infraestructura (Lima)
Salvador FonsecaHolland & Knight (Mexico City)
Eric FrancoEngie Perú (Lima)
Mauricio GommGST LLP (Miami)
Katherine González ArrochaDirector for the Americas of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (Panama City)
Tomás LeonardGreenberg Traurig (Washington D.C.)
Alexis MartínezSquire Patton Boggs (London)
Carmen Núñez-LagosHogan Lovells (Paris)
Cecilia O’NeillUniversidad del Pacífico (Lima)
Lucía OlavarríaEstudio Echecopar asociado a Baker & McKenzie International (Lima)
Elsa OrtegaOrtega & Gómez Ruano, S.C. (Mexico City)
Catherine RogersFounder and Executive Director of Arbitrator Intelligence (Pennsylvania)
Roger RubioInternational Arbitration Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (Lima)
Marco SchnablSkadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and Affiliates (New York)
Ignacio Suárez AnzorenaClifford Chance LLP (Washington D.C.)
María del Carmen TovarPresident of the Commission on Arbitration & ADR of ICC Peru; Estudio Echecopar asociado a Baker McKenzie International (Lima)
Jean-Marie VulliemanFRORIEP Legal SA (Geneva)
Allan Wagner TizónPresident of ICC Peru (Lima)

Logistical notes

Venue

Swissotel Lima
Centro Empresarial Real,
Av. Sto. Toribio 173,
San Isidro 15073, Peru

Registration

For more information or to register please send an email to iccperu@iccperu.org.pe or call +(511) 705-8020.

For further information, please contact

  • Katherine Lievano
  • +507 385 7420
  • Project Officer