Paris Arbitration Week (PAW) kicks off today with the 3rd ICC European Conference. The event brings together professionals from around the world for a week of engagement on cutting-edge subjects impacting the dispute resolution community. One such topic is the global transition from fossil-based fuels to renewable energy sources. Pierre Duprey and Roland Ziade of Linklaters take the opportunity to discuss their views on the implications of the global energy transition on international arbitration in their latest guest blog for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
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The European arbitration community took the French capital by storm from 9-13 April with the second edition of Paris Arbitration Week (PAW). For five full days, dispute resolution professionals discussed the latest regional developments, learn best practices and expand networks at a variety of conferences, trainings and other events that took place across the city of light.
The second edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) European Conference on international arbitration is underway in Paris today. As the arbitration community gathers for the kick-off event of Paris Arbitration Week, Linklaters partners, Pierre Duprey and Roland Ziadé give us their inside take on one of the conference’s much-anticipated panels—Tomorrowland: Artificial intelligence, smart contracts, blockchain and the end of arbitration as we know it—in this guest blog for ICC.
The first-ever Paris Arbitration Week (PAW) came to an end last Friday, after an exciting five days of events held throughout the French capital. In a week of many firsts, ICC, one of the three PAW organisers, launched two premiere events of its own: the ICC European Conference on International Arbitration and the ICC Institute training for Tribunal Secretaries.
International arbitration in Europe takes centre stage this month with the first-ever ICC European Conference, which launches Paris Arbitration Week today. In this guest blog post, Linklaters partners Pierre Duprey and Roland Ziadé take us through the close relationship the region has with the popular dispute resolution process and discuss the relevance of the much anticipated event.