12Jun 19

International Arbitration: Key Issues for New Mexico Businesses

Albuquerque, USA, • English

Please join the ICC International Court of Arbitration® and ICC USA/United States Council for International Business (USCIB) for a lunch programme on international arbitration in New Mexico.


This programme is ideal for anyone who does business internationally and would like to learn more about international arbitration and international dispute resolution.


11:30-12:00Registration and lunch service
11:45-13:15New Mexico and International Business


Roberta Cooper Ramo


Key Issues in International Arbitration


Marek Krasula

David B. Wilson


Panel Discussion: Issues Facing New Mexico Companies in International Arbitration


Roberta Cooper Ramo, Marek Krasula, and David B. Wilson,


Moderated by: Matthew E. Draper

13:25-13:30Closing Remarks, given by Vice Dean Camille Carey, University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque


Camille CareyVice Dean, University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque
Roberta Cooper RamoPartner, Modrall Sperling, Albuquerque; President Emeritus, American Law Institute
Matthew E. DraperPartner, Draper & Draper LLC, New York and Santa Fe
Marek KrasulaCounsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration®, New York
David B. WilsonFormer Vice Chair, ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR; Member, Sherman & Howard LLC, Denver

Logistical notes


Modrall Sperling

500 Fourth Street NW, Suite 1000



For more information, please contact :

  • Kristina Chang
  • +1 646-699-5702
  • Promotion Officer

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