Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings

22 Nov 2019

New York English
In conjunction with the inaugural New York Arbitration Week.

Join us for a breakfast discussion during New York Arbitration Week to learn about the key takeaways, emerging trends and lessons learnt from the ICC Commission Report on Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings. 

Since entering into force in 2012, the ICC emergency arbitrator proceedings have become an important tool in the dispute resolution process. Despite the increasing frequency with which these proceedings are being utilized, many practitioners have not yet had first-hand experience to know how best to approach these proceedings.

The recently released ICC Commission Report on Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings examines the first 80 EA cases under the ICC Rules and identifies trends and offers guidance based off the collective experience with these proceedings thus far. Join us for a discussion over breakfast to learn about the key takeaways from the report and hear from experienced practitioners as they share practical advice and expert insight on how to effectively manage emergency arbitrator proceedings as both counsel and arbitrator under the ICC Rules.

This seminar immediately precedes the opening of the Fordham Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation during New York Arbitration Week.

 

07:30-07:45

Registration and breakfast service

07:45-08:45

Panel discussion and Q&A

Stephanie Cohen

Independent Arbitrator, New York

Alexander G. Fessas

Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris

James Hosking

Co-Chair, Task Force on Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings; Founding Partner, Chaffetz Lindsey LLP, New York

Venue

Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Other: This breakfast programme immediately precedes the opening of the Fordham Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation.

For further information, please contact:

Kristina Chang

Promotion Officer

Tel. +1 646 699 5702

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