Expired Developments in International Arbitration with Gary Born: Dubai Edition – 2 October 2019
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Following the success of the 1st and 2nd annual editions of the Developments in International Arbitration seminar in Dubai, LexisNexis is pleased to invite you to join us for the 3rd edition, in partnership with SOL International Ltd.
Specialist guest speaker, Gary Born, will return to the region to provide his valuable knowledge and insight into updates on International, Commercial and Investment Arbitration globally. Gary Born is the Chair of the International Arbitration Practice Group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, and one of the world’s preeminent authorities on international commercial arbitration and international litigation.
The seminar will kick off with a keynote speech by Victor P. Leginsky, Chartered Arbitrator and Certified Mediator at Arbitralis ADR, followed by a panel discussion, where Gary Born will be joined by Thomas Snider, Partner and Head of Arbitration at Al Tamimi and Company, and Adv. Ali Al Zarooni, Managing Partner at Horizons & Co, to discuss the recent developments in arbitration globally and to address the latest developments in the UAE and MENA region. The panel discussion will be moderated by Sarah Malik from SOL International Ltd.
|17:30 to 18:00||Registration & Networking|
|18:00 to 18:10||Welcome Address – LexisNexis Middle East & North Africa|
|18:10 to 18:30||Keynote Speech – Victor P. Leginsky, Chartered Arbitrator and Certified Mediator at Arbitralis ADR|
|18:30 to 20:00||Panel Discussion – Recent Developments in International Arbitration globally and in the UAE
|20:00 to 20:30||Networking Reception|
- Prague Rules
- Update on revised institutional rules (SIAC, ICC)
- Recent accessions to New York Convention
- Developments in Middle East Arbitration
- The impact of the new UAE Arbitration Law on arbitration in the UAE after one year
- The new legal regime for enforcing foreign arbitral awards in the UAE
- Efficiency (or lack thereof) in arbitral proceedings in the Middle East
- Third party funding in the Middle East
As the conference will be conducted in Tylney Hall format, the organisers require that at least ONE QUESTION IS SUBMITTED IN WRITING WHEN REGISTERING for the event so that they can organise the topics and create a lively and interesting session with full audience participation.
Please submit your questions when registering or to: Marlé van Sandwyk (email@example.com)
Venue: Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai
Venue Phone: +971 4 503 4444
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Developments in International Arbitration with Gary Born - Dubai Edition
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM