ICC YAF: Arbitrator Transparency in Investment Arbitration

10 Mar 2021

Online English
13:00 (CET)

We will discuss arbitrator transparency in investment arbitration from three different angles: information available about arbitrators’ past decisions (and, potentially, future decision-making), information available to institutions, and information available about ongoing procedures.

This event will be held in connection with the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot Court and hosted by DLA Piper. In this year’s edition the discussion will revolve around arbitrator transparency in investment arbitration. Attendants will hear and discuss which information is available to the public that may help parties to make the right choices at the beginning of an arbitration proceeding, particularly with regard to arbitrators’ future decision-making. Institutions know more about their arbitrators than the parties to an arbitration proceeding or the general public. What can institutions do to safeguard the right level of transparency in investment arbitration? Ultimately it will be the arbitrators who may or may not disclose information on arbitration proceedings. Should arbitrators be more open about their decision-making process in investment arbitration? How can arbitrators achieve the right level of transparency? We look forward to a vivid discussion.

13:00-13:15

Welcome Remarks

13:15-14:30

Panel Discussion

14:30-15:00

Discussion and Get-Together

Bernhard Bell

Senior Associate, DLA Piper, Frankfurt

Dr. Roland Kläger

ICC YAF Representative for Europe: Partner, Haver & Mailänder, Stuttgart

Dr. Judith Knieper

Legal Officer, United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, Vienna

Jean-Rémi de Maistre

CEO, Jus Mundi, Paris

Michael Neumeier

Deputy Counsel, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris

Nika Rassadina

Associate, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Frankfurt

Date and venue

10 March 2021

Online, video conferencing details will be provided upon registration

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For further information, please contact:

Bernhard Bell

Tel. +49 69 271 33 226

Dr. Roland Kläger

Tel. +49 711 2274487

Organiser

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