The training sessions build on the in-depth analysis of three key issues in arbitration procedure: site inspection, document production, and confidentiality. Presentations will be based on arbitral practice and illustrated through case law and case studies.
“The most important mission of the Institute is to reflect on the linkages between law and international trade practice, including arbitration,” said Serge Lazareff, Chairman of the ICC Institute of World Business Law. “The Institute Specials is precisely about demonstrating the two complementary aspects of our activities,” he went on to say.
Taking place on 24-25 September, the Institute is organizing the series of three, half-day events, tailored to the specific needs of experienced practitioners in international commercial arbitration.
The series was created in response to increasing demand for specific advanced arbitral training geared to individual needs, an indication of how international arbitration is playing a growing role in the global economy.