Diversity is a complex and intersectional issue, and while incremental progress has been made, much remains to be done. With next week’s ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration just around the corner, Christian Albanesi, Mateo Noseda Zorrilla de San Martín, Charlene Warner and Somin Lee of Linklaters take the opportunity to reflect upon the progress achieved so far and the challenges still to come.
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The first-ever digital 18th ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration concluded on Friday, following a four-day event that united close to 400 practising lawyers, arbitrators, mediators, corporate counsel and academics from 40 countries.
Following the conclusion of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) 17th edition of the ICC Miami Conference, Juan Garcia and Juliana de Valdenebro Garrido of Hogan Lovells showcase their industry insight on the ways national courts play a role in international commercial arbitration in this guest blog.
The 16th edition of the ICC Miami Conference on International Arbitration is currently underway. With the topic of technology slated for discussion later this afternoon, Christian Albanesi and Marie-Isabelle Delleur of Linklaters share their thoughts on what has become a significant concern in the legal industry — cybersecurity — in their guest blog for the International Chamber of Commerce.
With the 15th annual International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Miami Conference quickly approaching, we are spotlighting some of the programme’s top-line issues slated for discussion. Here to outline their stance on the matter of compliance in arbitration are Linklaters Head of Latin American Arbitration Christian Albanesi and United States Head of Litigation and Government Investigations Adam Lurie.
The 15th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Miami Conference on International Arbitration is set to take place from 5-7 November 2017. With just under a month to go until our biggest arbitration event, we are spotlighting some of the key issues affecting Latin America. Here to provide his perspective on emergency arbitrator provisions is former Deputy Secretary General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and current partner at Squire Patton Boggs, Jose Ricardo Feris.
The much anticipated ICC Miami Conference, the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) biggest arbitration event of the year, begins today.
The biggest arbitration event of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the 14th ICC Miami Conference, is about to get underway on 13 November. In preparation for the sold out event, Hogan Lovells partner Daniel E. Gonzalez takes a moment to reflect on Latin America’s recent progress in the field of international arbitration in this guest column for ICC.
Hundreds of legal professionals from the United States and Latin America are set to converge in Miami next month for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Miami Conference on International Arbitration.
ICC’s acclaimed annual conference on international arbitration in Latin America, returns to Miami in November bringing together over 450 participants from 30 countries to discuss the latest developments under the theme “Tooling up for International Arbitration”.