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CEIA/CIAM/DIS Arbitration Group - Presentation in Madrid

The German and Dutch Arbitration Friends presents: What's Wrong with Legal Decisions? Cognitive Bias and How to Mitigate Them

Lunch DIScussions: Persuasion and Psychology of Witness Evidence

DIS goes Vis: The Innovation Breakfast - The New Supplementary Rules for Third-Party Notices

DIS@PAW2024: International and German Perspectives on Post M&A Arbitration

DIS@HIAD: Efficiency in the Digital Age

DIS@Tokyo: Japanese and German Perspectives on Post M&A Disputes

Lunch DIScussions: The limits of the discounted cash flow approach: The good, the bad and the ugly

Road to Vienna 2024: DIS Pre-Moot

Webinar on the Draft Bill for the Modernisation of Arbitration Law

20. Petersberger Schiedstage 2024: Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit in Zeiten von Krieg und Krisen

DIS@Singapore: Asian and German Perspectives on Post M&A Disputes

Webinar zum Referentenentwurf eines Gesetzes zur Modernisierung des Schiedsverfahrensrechts

Lunch DIScussions: Dispute Resolution in the Digital Economy: Empfehlen sich Regeln der UNCITRAL zu E-Awards und elektronischer Verfahrenseinleitung?

Arbitration in Africa - Seizing Opportunities in a Growing Investment Landscape

Jecke DIS

Lunch DIScussions: Enforcement of investor-state arbitration awards against states: developments in the United States and United Kingdom

Joint Event of Practice Group Settlement and DAA/DIA/DIS Arbitration Group: Settlement Facilitation in Nordic Countries

2018 DIS Arbitration Rules Clinic: Practice Group Technology – Roundtable "The Use of Large Language Models in Arbitration"

Lunch DIScussions: Schiedsverfahren im Life Sciences-Bereich

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