A major networking opportunity, the 13th Miami Conference kicks off on 1 November with the ICC Institute’s already sold out advanced-level training on how to manage the production of documents in international arbitration.
The Miami Conference is a major forum for understanding international arbitration in Latin America attracting lawyers, corporate counsel, arbitrators, mediators and academics from across Latin America and the Caribbean.
This conference is THE Conference to attend to learn and network, to see and be seen, as far as international arbitration in Latin America is concerned.
“I am thrilled to address the Latin American arbitration community during this essential annual event that takes place in an ever expanding Latin American arbitration market,” said Alexis Mourre, President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration who will deliver a keynote speech at the event.
Elena Gutierrez, of the Court of Arbitration of Madrid, Spain attended the 2014 Conference and said: “This conference is the Conference to attend to learn and network, to see and be seen, as far as international arbitration in Latin America is concerned.”
Highlighting the importance of the event for corporate lawyers and their businesses, conference speaker María Inés Sola, a lawyer at Pan American Energy, said: “The conference aims at involving participants as much as possible to stimulate exchange of ideas among the brightest minds in the arbitral world.”
Led by a top-rate line up of speakers, the 13th ICC Miami Conference will take place on 1-3 November and feature a dynamic series of plenary and technical sessions, roundtables and discussions as well as two optional breakfast sessions. Discussions will be held in English, Spanish and Portuguese with simultaneous interpretation.
The Conference concludes with a mock case looking at tools for urgent and preliminary relief in international arbitration in five different scenarios.
This ICC event, can earn participants up to 20.75 CLE credits, 17.25 MCLE credits and 17 CPD hours, 17 CNB hours.