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DIS Autumn Conference 2014 - Global Pond or Single Playing Field: How international should international arbitration really be?

Date:    17 September 2014, 7:30 pm   -   18 September 2014

 

 

Venue

HOTEL DE ROME  
Behrenstrasse 37  
10117 Berlin  
Germany  

 

Programme

 

17 September 2014  
7.30 pm Gala Dinner
  Orangerie im Schloss Charlottenburg
Spandauer Damm 22 – 24
D-14059 Berlin
   
18 September 2014

Conference “Global Pond or Single Playing Field: How international should international arbitration really be?”

   
Morning Session: International arbitration between standardization and flexibility
 

chaired by Klaus-A. Gerstenmaier, Haver & Mailänder, Stuttgart

   
9.00 am      
Welcome
 

Klaus Peter Berger, Chairman, German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), Berlin/Cologne


 
  Introduction
  Klaus-A. Gerstenmaier, Haver & Mailänder, Stuttgart
   

9.15 am

Value of rules and risks of discretion

 

 Steven Finizio, WilmerHale, London

   
  Discussion
   

10.15 am

Predictability and flexibility seen from a client´s perspective

 

Inka Hanefeld, Hanefeld Rechtsanwälte, Hamburg

   
  Discussion
   
11.15 am     
Coffee break
   

11.45 am

 

The "IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration": Do they have potential to be a further example for a successful standardization?


Torsten Lörcher, CMS Hasche Sigle, Cologne

 

     

  Discussion
   
12.30   pm
Lunch

 

Afternoon Session:  

Local flavour: Combining more than one culture 

 

chaired by Daniel Sharma, DLA Piper, Munich

   

2.00   pm

Introduction

  Daniel Sharma, DLA Piper, Munich
   
  What international arbitration can learn from
   
 
  • Africa: Karori Kamau, Iseme Kamau & Maema, Nairobi
 
  • the Arab world: Roland Ziadé, Linklaters, Paris
 
  • Asia: Lim Seok Hui, Secretary General, Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Singapore
 
  • Latin America: Eduardo Silva Romero, Dechert, Paris 
 
  • the UK: Christopher Style QC, One Essex Court, London
 
  • Continental Europe: Luca Radicati di Brozolo, Milan
   
  Discussion
   
3.45 pm Coffee break
   

4.15   pm

 

How different are international tribunals from an expert´s perspective?

   James Nicholson, FTI Consulting, Paris/London
   
  Discussion
   
 4.45   pm

How international should international arbitration really be?

 

Franco Ferrari, New York University School of Law

   
  Discussion
   
5.30 pm Conclusion
 

Klaus Peter Berger, Chairman, German Institution of Arbitration (DIS), Berlin/Cologne

   
Dinner Venue: Orangerie im Schloss Charlottenburg
17 September 2014
Spandauer Damm 22 – 24
7.30 pm D-14059 Berlin
   
Conference Venue:

Hotel de Rome

18 September 2014
Behrenstrasse 37
  D-10117 Berlin
   
Registration Fee:
Conference, 17-18 September 2014
   
  DIS Members Members
    (EUR 475.00 + VAT)               
   
  Non-Members 
  (EUR 550 + VAT)              
    
  The registration fee includes the Gala Dinner on 17 September and lunch and beverages on 18 September as well as conference documents.
  Participants who apply for DIS membership at the time of registration will be charged with the reduced fee.
  Guests who participate in the Gala Dinner on 17 September only will be charged an amount of EUR 220,00 plus VAT.
  We kindly ask for the registration fee to be paid upon receipt of our invoice to the account of the German Institution of Arbitration.
   
Registration Deadline and We kindly ask for timely registration, however at the latest by 4 September 2014. 

Cancellation Policy:


In case of cancellation of registration made after 4 September 2014 or in case of non-attendance, fees will not be reimbursed.



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